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Samsung Now Offers up to ₱4000 Discount When You Buy a Galaxy A-Series Phone

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Samsung is making it a bit easier for you to upgrade to a new phone by offering up to ₱4000 discount when you trade in your old smartphone, regardless of brand. Also, you can get the latest Galaxy A72, A52, A52 5G, and A32 with 0% interest for six and 12 months for credit card payments. As for Home Credit customers, select Galaxy devices like the A32 is also available at 0% interest for nine, 12, 15, and 18 months installment plans. Both promos are available until June 30, 2021.

The entry-level Samsung Galaxy A02s comes with a ₱500 cask token, which can be used to get any add-on or be subtracted from the smartphone’s total cost. The token must be used in the same store where the Galaxy A02s is purchased on the same day. This promo runs until May 31.

You can check some of the plan breakdowns below:

Galaxy A72 (PHP 23,990 SRP)

  • PHP 1,999.17 per month for 12 months 
  • PHP 3,998.33 per month for six months

Galaxy A52 256GB (PHP 18,990 SRP)

  • PHP 1,582.50 per month for 12 months 
  • PHP 3,165 per month for six months

Galaxy A52 128GB (PHP 17,990 SRP)

  • PHP 1,499.17 per month for 12 months until May 31 only
  • PHP 2,998.33 per month for six months

Galaxy A32 (PHP 13,990 SRP)

  • PHP 1,165.83 per month for 12 months
  • PHP 2,331.67 per month for six months 

Galaxy A52 5G – PHP 23,990 SRP

Galaxy A12 6GB/128GB – PHP 9,990 SRP

Galaxy A02s 6/64GB: PHP 6,990

Galaxy A02s 3/32GB: PHP 5,990

READ: Top 5 Reasons Why Samsung Galaxy A52 and A72 Should Be Your Next Phone

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