Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Range Now Up On Buy Back and EMI Offers

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South Korean smartphone maker Samsung recently launched its latest series of tablet devices in India. Moreover, the company has also announced its flagship smartphone the Galaxy S5 which is yet to go on sale this month.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Range Now Up On Buy Back and EMI Offers

To fill in the interim period, the company has now launched a new buy back and EMI schemes on its Galaxy Tab 3 series in India. The devices which will be offered in the new plans also include its latest Galaxy Tab 3 Neo tablet.

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The new EMI plans are pretty tempting as buyers can now pay just Rs. 725 per month for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Neo and the company is also offering up to Rs. 2,500 discount in exchange for old smartphones and tablets. On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7-inch and 8-inch tablets, the company is offering a discount of Rs. 3,000.

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However, the EMI is only applicable for select bank's credit card holders. Precisely, the HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Citibank, SBI, Axis Bank, Kotak and Standard Chartered customers will have the advantage in this offer which allows the buyers an easy 18-month EMI at applicable interest rates.

It should be noted that this is a limited period offer which will last until the stocks last.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Range Now Up On Buy Back and EMI Offers

Back in December, Samsung launched a similar Stay New ownership plan for Galaxy devices that offered buyers to buy flagship Galaxy devices at low EMIs and Easy Buyback offers.

There are already ample number of leaks taking place pertaining to the company's next generation Galaxy Tab devices, the Tab 4 line-up. The Galaxy Tab 4 line-up is reportedly said to launch soon this year, probably next month. Thus it is pretty evident that the South Korean tech firm is actually clearing up the old stocks to make room for the new generation tablet devices.

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