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Samart announces discount deals

Samart announces discount deals

IN response to the current economic slump, Samart Communications has announced a

new package of discounts for customers. For new phone purchasers, the company will

offer either an 80 percent discount off local calls or an exemption from paying the

monthly service fees, according to a press release.

For existing customers, the mobile phone company is offering trade-ins on old handsets

for new Ericson 328 models for $333, which includes accessories and a warranty.

The company is also starting a point-per-dollar-spent program whereby customers will

receive free gifts with 100 points required for the initial gift. Moreover, the press

release says, local calls between 9pm and 6am will now cost only 12 cents per minute.

As well, Samart is about to launch a Mobile Clinic which will visit customers at

their home or office for telephone repairs so that trips to the Samart headquarters

in Phnom Penh will not be necessary.

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