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Bank teams up with tech giant to offer zero interest deal

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SAMSUNG and Standard Bank have partnered to offer customers 0% interest on all Samsung products bought using a Standard Bank credit card, from the Samsung online store.

“We are committed to offering the best of Samsung innovation and an ecosystem of incredible experiences to more people. Now through Standard Bank and this exciting collaboration, we can bring even more added value and convenience to those who choose the power of cutting-edge technology to enhance the quality of their daily lives, “said Kagiso Khaole, Head of e-commerce and Services at Samsung South Africa

Products on offer range from specials on newly launched devices like the Galaxy S21 5G and the latest Galaxy A Series, to Samsung’s line of home appliances.

Israel Skosana, Head of Card Issuing said the past year had shown that South Africans were increasingly reliant on mobile technology to communicate, work and play. “Our latest partnership with Samsung will hopefully encourage customers to adopt and utilise multiple digital platforms and payment options like Samsung Pay, the Standard Bank Banking  App, and virtual cards,” he said.

To take advantage of the deal, visit the Samsung online store and select a product priced R5000 or more and pay using your Standard Bank credit card, selecting the six, 12 or 24-month budget plan. You will receive a 0% interest rate for the duration of your selected budget plan payment term, for that specific purchase from Samsung.

The offer period ends on 30 June 2021.

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