- Samsung has launched Galaxy Assured plan in partnership with Servify
- For the Galaxy Forever plan, Samsung has partnered with Servify and IDFC
- Both Galaxy Assured and Galaxy Forever plans are available across Samsung stores, leading retail stores, and Samsung.com
South Korean tech giant Samsung has launched Galaxy Assured, Galaxy Forever plans in India. Galaxy Assured plan is Samsung’s buyback scheme for the premium phones, while the Galaxy Forever plan aims to provide affordability options to customers planning to buy premium Galaxy devices. Both Galaxy Assured and Galaxy Forever plans are available across Samsung stores, leading retail stores, and Samsung.com.
Samsung has launched Galaxy Assured plan in partnership with Servify, a company that provides device lifecycle management services. Customers seeking to buy premium Galaxy devices can opt for the Galaxy Assured plan to get buyback offers from Samsung. Customers can get an assured buyback value of up to 70 percent of the original device price for the 3-month old Galaxy S20 smartphone. A 6-month old device is eligible for up to 60 percent assured buyback value. A 9-month old device is eligible for up to 50 percent of buyback value, whereas a 12-month old device can get up to 40 percent of the device value.
“At Samsung, consumers are at the core of everything we do. We are excited to announce the rollout of Galaxy Assured, and Galaxy Forever plans that give our consumers complete peace of mind. With Galaxy Assured, consumers will have the option to get back as much as 70% of the value of their premium smartphone. Galaxy Forever lets consumers own a brand new Galaxy S20 by paying only 60% of the total cost,” said Aditya Babbar, Director, Mobile Business, Samsung India, in a blog post. He added, “These two plans are a win-win situation for consumers, who will now have a range of options while buying Samsung’s premium range of Galaxy smartphones.”
The Galaxy Forever plan allows customers to buy a new Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphone at 60 percent of the price. Customers can pay the balance 40 percent amount at the end of the year, or they can return the device. For the Galaxy Forever plan, Samsung has partnered with Servify and IDFC. Customers opting for the Galaxy Forever plan will have to buy the Galaxy S20 using the EMI facility.