Posted by Abhijeet M. 11 months ago

Samsung India launches ‘Stay New’ upgrade and buyback plans for its phone and tablets


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Buyback plans on smartphones have seen major success in India, having helped manufacturers like Samsung and Apple increase adoption of their devices considerably. Now, Samsung has come up with a new scheme called “Stay New”, which offers consumers affordable ways to buy new Samsung phones and tablets and to upgrade from their older devices.

Under the plan, consumers will be able to buy new Samsung devices at low monthly installments through credit cards of various banks (HDFC, ICICI, Citi, and Standard Chartered). For those wishing to upgrade to a new device, Samsung will allow them to sell their current device within six months of its purchase, after deducting the price of the latter. For a company that refreshes its device lineup every few months, the Stay New plan is a nice offering that should help Samsung further cement its position as the number one smartphone manufacturer in the world’s third-largest smartphone market.

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3 comments on “Samsung India launches ‘Stay New’ upgrade and buyback plans for its phone and tablets

  1. jammygilitwala9024 11 months ago said:

    great..
    but price is higher than local market..
    on samsung it avilable @ 47900
    local market 41000-42000.
    big diffrent

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  2. hermilla 11 months ago said:

    Not very nice:

    - 18 month installment plan, but buy back only withing 12 months of purchase.
    - Buy back price to be determined by Ingram, which may be lower than market value.
    - Ingram may share costumer data with 3rd party.

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  3. sguyx 11 months ago said:

    are you actually complaining that samsung gives you this opportunity?

    Where I live, we dont have anything like that. I would be happy if we had.

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