Samsung opens online store in the PH, celebrates with promos

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Samsung’s online store in the Philippines is now official. The latest platform lets you shop for your favorite Samsung products from the comfort of your home.

The launch of the brand’s online store will come with discounts, promos and a freebies.

“At Samsung, we continue to find ways to bring our product innovations closer and more accessible to Filipinos. The Samsung Online Store lets you browse through hundreds of your favorite Samsung products in one place and pay for them from the comfort of your home,” said James Jung, president of Samsung Philippines.

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To start with your online binge, visit Once you’re done creating your account, you can start shopping from a wide selection of Galaxy phones, tablets, wearables, and accessories. You can choose different methods to pay such as credit card, cash-on-deliver, Grab Pay, or GCash.

All purchases made through the Samsung Online Store come with Samsung’s official warranty. Delivery is free within select areas of Luzon.

Samsung Online Store Philippines

Samsung Online Store promos

Starting today until June 14, 2020, those who will purchase the Galaxy S20 Ultra, S20+, Note10, Note10+, A71, Note10 Lite, Galaxy Tab A10.1, Tab A8, Tab S5e, Tab S6, and Watch Active2 will receive freebies such as Galaxy Buds+, a MicroSD card, or e-vouchers and tokens worth up to PHP 5,000 .

In addition, you can avail of a 50% discount on the Galaxy Buds+ or a Battery Pack for every purchase of devices such as Galaxy S20 Ultra, S20+, Note10, Note10+, Note10 Lite, A71, A50s, A30s, A20s, A10s, and Galaxy Tabs.

The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ will also be on sale for PHP 3,495 starting May 22 until June 14, 2020.t

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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