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Published on: 2018-02-13     163 times read    0  Comments

Samsung Mobile Exchange Carnival

February 13: Samsung Plaza, the distributor of Him Electronics Pvt Ltd, has announced its mobile exchange offer between February 8 and 18. Midway through the offer, more than 2,000 mobiles of various brands have been exchanged with new smartphones of Samsung. The carnival is running in various Samsung Plazas inside the valley.

Under the Samsung Mobile Exchange Carnival, mobile users can exchange their old phones with the new ones and get updated with time and technology, according to the company.            

Seema Golchha, director of Him Electronics, said, “We are glad to organize this type of exchange carnival for our valuable customers and appreciate them who are participating and trusting us. This is an opportunity to upgrade with the new smart technology with old one. I hope that this exchange offer will bring smile to every customer.”

The exchange offer is running in seven Samsung Plazas at the following locations:

  1. Samsung Plaza, Durbarmarg, Kathmandu
  2. Samsung Plaza, Naya Bazar, Kathmandu
  3. Samsung Plaza, Civil Mall, Kathmandu
  4. Samsung Plaza, Suryabinayak, Bhaktapur,
  5. Samsung Plaza, New Baneshwor, Kathmandu
  6. Samsung Plaza, Chuchhepati ,Kathmandu
  7. Samsung Plaza, Kupondole, Lalitpur

                                              


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