Samsung affiliates with companies to boost customer experience in Bangladesh

To enhance the customers’ lifestyle, Samsung Consumer Electronics Bangladesh has recently affiliated with Bengal Meat, Igloo, Shohoz, Gowala, Romoni and Secret Recipe.

Upon purchasing any products from Samsung, customers can enjoy various benefits and discounts from affiliated partners. The campaign has already started, and it will continue until April 5, 2020 in all Samsung showrooms at Dhaka.

Customers will be able to enjoy a 10% discount on all protein snacks from Bengal Meat. Whereas, customers can relish on the delectable desserts from Gowala with gift coupon worth of BDT 500. On top of it, customers will also be able to enjoy delicious 5-litre of Igloo ice-cream on Premium flavors and 900gm of French Fries with a 20% discount.

Customers will also receive a flat 12% discount on services from Romoni whereas, they can also enjoy discount on Shohoz food and bus tickets along with BDT 54 off on rides. They will also receive 15% discount on any food purchase from Secret Recipe.

Regarding this, Shahriar Bin Lutfor, Head of Business, Consumer Electronics, Samsung Bangladesh said, “Samsung is all about innovation, delivering great products to the market and inspiring our customers, but the one thing that defines us is our commitment to giving back to the customers and communities we serve. Hence, we hope that these affiliations will allow us to add extra value to the lives of our cherished customers.”

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