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08-Jul-2013  
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Samsung Ghana has called on all customers and users of Samsung phones to register their phones on the e-warranty platform to enable them check the authenticity of their phones as well as enjoy a ravishing 24-month warranty.

The e-warranty platform offers customers of all Samsung phones the unique opportunity of checking whether their phones are original. “We at Samsung always seek to provide our customers with real value for their money.

The e-warranty service is therefore here to ensure our customers get 24 months warranty while giving them the opportunity to check for the authenticity of their phones” – Tetteh Akornor, Products Manager for Handheld Products at Samsung Ghana explained.

Samsung has made the registration on the e-warranty platform very easy and convenient as customers can register using their mobile phones irrespective of their mobile service providers, Customers are therefore urged to continue registering their phones on the e-warranty platform by sending the phone’s 15 digit IMEI number to the short code 1453 across all networks.The IMEI number can be found on the phone’s packaging or by dialing *#06#, it can also be seen in the empty battery slot on a white label noting IMEI.

Also, as part of Samsungs continuous efforts to protect their valued customers against the influx of counterfeit phones, i2 Ghana Limited, an authorized Samsung dealer in Ghana has introduced a seal that will be on the packaging of all genuine Samsung phones. This innovation is believed to help consumers identify the authenticity of their phones at point of purchase before even unpacking their phones to register on the e-warranty platform.

Samsung is a currently the leader on the Ghanaian cell phone market and their flagship device, the Galaxy S4 is their latest Smartphone, while the Galaxy Star which is set to arrive in Ghana in July of 2013, is set to give everyone the unique opportunity to own a Smartphone as it is tipped to be relatively affordable in terms of its pricing.
 
 
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