Samsung India has launched a new offer called ‘Never Mind’ for its smartphone users in India. Now buyers of mobiles made by the mobile giant will be able to claim a replacement of a broken display. The one-time screen replacement offer can be used to change a broken display. The validity period to avail the Samsung deal is 1 year/12 months from the date of purchase of a Samsung smartphone. You can avail the offer, if you have made a purchase of the phone between September 21, 2017 and October 21, 2017. Notably, the deal extends to smartphones that cost over Rs 9,000. The smartphones included in this ‘Never Mind’ offer by Samsung are: Samsung Galaxy Note series, Galaxy S series, Galaxy C series, Galaxy On series, Galaxy A series, and Galaxy J series. You can just go to a Samsung store and claim your offer which giving it for a repair.
Samsung India Senior Vice President Asim Warsi said, “Samsung, as part of the offer, we are giving our consumers the peace of mind of having screen replacement anytime during the period of 12 months from now of the purchase of their device.” He added, “We came up with ‘Never Mind’ offer to acknowledge the love and trust of consumers in Karnataka for their overwhelming response to Galaxy J7 Pro and Galaxy J7 Max.” Samsung has claimed that its digital payments service, Samsung Pay is becoming a popular brand in India, as over 1.5 million people are using it on their phones. it said that the Samsung app is a disruptive payments platform allowing the smartphone users to tap and pay with their phones without needing to carry the physical card.
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Samsung said that it has other integrated mobile wallets like Paytm and MobiKwik as well as the government’s Unified Payments Interface (UPI) in the Samsung Pay platform. Warsi claimed that Samsung smartphones remain the leader in the Indian market. He said, “We have registered a double-digit growth rate. While the company recorded good growth in a previous calendar year, this year it performed even better.”