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Samsung launches Exciting Smartphone Trade-In Program with Galaxy S9 or S9+

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Upgrade to a brand new Galaxy S9 or S9+ for an exclusive price when you trade in your current device at select Samsung Brand stores and retailers in the UAE

Dubai, UAE, April 17, 2018:   Don’t miss your chance to own Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone for an exclusive discounted price when you trade in your current device. For a limited time only, Samsung is giving its customers in the UAE the opportunity to upgrade their current device and save big on the all-new Galaxy S9 or S9+, equipped with Samsung’s best-yet smartphone camera and a range of innovative features. Customers with select smartphone models can trade in their current device for a new Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ at a reduced price, saving up to AED 1,860 on their purchase based on the condition of their current device.  This offer is valid until the end of June, 2018.  

The all-new Galaxy S9 and S9+ boast an industry-leading camera, advanced entertainment features, and superior multitasking capabilities built on Samsung’s best-in-class Galaxy Foundation of design innovation and cutting-edge technology. Designed for the way we communicate today, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ enable users to capture and create every special moment with stunning images and videos alongside creative capabilities like AR emoji and Super Slow-mo. With a redefined Infinity Display and stereo speakers tuned by AKG with Dolby Atmos technology, users can enjoy the ultimate in mobile entertainment; and key features like App Pair and Multi-Window enable seamless multitasking when it’s time to get things done. 

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ trade-in program allows customers to exchange their current smartphone with a new Galaxy S9 or S9+ for a specified value payable by the customer. The offer is subject to availability and is limited to a predetermined number of trade-in transactions on a first come, first served basis.


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