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The Galaxy Note 4 is by far Samsung’s biggest announcement this year and now you can pre-book it in Bangladesh! Samsung has a lot riding on the Note 4 given the increased competition coming from Chinese manufacturers as well as Apple’s latest entry into the phablet market with the 5.5 inch iPhone 6 Plus, not to mention the fact that its stocks and profits are going down.
The Galaxy Note 4 pre-booking is available for everyone but there are some special perks for those under Grameenphone’s banners. Airtel and Robi customers get to enjoy some perks too but Grameenphone subscribers get the best deal by far.
For GP Platinum Plus and Platinum Star subscribers, the handset will cost Tk/- 67,500 (~ $872) and will come with a Flip cover along with 1GB internet at 1mbps for three months. Payments will be made in the form of 12 equal monthly installments via credit cards issued by Standard Chartered Bank, BRAC Bank, Bank Asia, City Bank (American Express), UCBL and EBL only. A fee of Tk/- 5,000 must be made within 72 hours of making your booking online at a store selected by the buyer to confirm the purchase.
For any other customer not falling under the above mentioned category, the cost of the device will be Tk/- 80,000. Add ons such as internet data vary from carrier to carrier as per the deals in the included images. The delivery schedule will be emailed to the buyer once the booking is confirmed.
Samsung’s flagship devices are among the most popular Android handhelds and it is great to see customers in Bangladesh getting their hands on the device around the same time as customers in other major markets. If previous pre-booking statistics are any indicators, you should hurry and book your device before it is too late!