Samsung reintroduces the GalaxyShopBD to enhance the device shopping experience in lockdown

Samsung Bangladesh has again brought back the online portal for customers to purchase Galaxy devices conveniently – www.galaxyshopbd.com.

The online portal was initially introduced during the last lockdown, and now the company has again brought it back on April 7, 2021, to create convenient device shopping for the customers in the current lockdown.

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All the Galaxy devices that are available in the Bangladesh market will be exhibited on the website. Customers can also view any current offers (if any available) on the devices in the portal. The website will help the customers make the perfect decision to purchase their favorite device as all the vital information will be available in the portal for them.

Samsung Bangladesh will provide free delivery to customers while maintaining necessary hygienic measures. Customers can benefit from multiple payment methods, including bKash, various Bank Cards, and Cash on Delivery. Customer can also avail EMI on selected devices.

To ensure fast delivery and convenience, all the orders will be fulfilled by the customers’ desired official retailers. In case of any issue during the purchase, customers will be able to contact the Samsung Call Center – 08000 300 300 (Toll-Free). The call center will be open 24/7 to handle any customer query.

On this occasion, Md. Muyeedur Rahman, Head of Mobile, Samsung Bangladesh, said, “We wanted to make sure that people’s device shopping experience does not get hindered in any way due to the necessary lockdown. COVID-19 is again on the rise nationwide, and we want people to stay safe in their homes and not worry about going to the retail store to purchase devices. Samsung Bangladesh has always tried to bring innovative products and services to create more convenience in people’s lifestyles. Thus, we are extremely pleased to bring the online portal back to heighten the device purchasing experience. We would also like to ask the people of Bangladesh to stay home, stay safe, and maintain sanitary measures.”

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