Samsung Galaxy S10 series now starts at Rs 46,900 after discounts

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This is probably the bets time to buy Samsung’s Galaxy S10 smartphone. The South Korean handset maker has announced several discount offering that makes its flagship line-up much more affordable than before. Let’s take a look at the discounts being showered by the brand for its consumers. 

Also read: Samsung Galaxy S10e review: a bona fide compact flagship that 2019 badly needed

Samsung Galaxy S10 Line-up: Discounts are pouring-in!

To stir up the competition in the Indian market, Samsung has started to offer up to Rs 10,000 cash back on its entire new flagship range. Originally launched in India for Rs 55,990, the Galaxy S10e is now cheaper by up to Rs 9,000 in India.

There would be instant cash back of Rs 5,000. Plus, if you’re purchasing the phone using HDFC Debit or Credit card. Then, you’d be able to get extra Rs 4,000 discount as cash back. 

For people eying to purchase the Galaxy S10, there is instant cash back of Rs 5,000 plus Rs 6,000 HDFC debit/credit card cash back. That is for the 128GB model, whereas the 512GB model will be offered Rs 8,000 instant cash back and Rs 6,000 HDFC cash back using a Debit/credit card. 

While if you are planning to buy Samsung Galaxy S10+. All the three variants, 128GB, 512GB, and 1TB, they are being offered Rs 9,000 instant cashback. Additionally up to Rs 6,000 cashback for HDFC debit/credit card transactions.  

What are you guys waiting for? Go grab these offers at the nearest offline store or shop online. 

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