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Samsung gives £100 Google Play credit on purchase of Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4

May 5 2014, 1:17pm CDT | by , in News | Tablets

However this great news is only for the British

Samsung gives £100 Google Play credit on purchase of Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
 
 

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Samsung gives £100 Google Play credit on purchase of Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4

Samsung is trying to win over its customers with some amazing promotional offer but the good news is only for the Brits who are planning on buying a Samsung Galaxy Tab pro 8.4. There would never have been a more perfect time to make this purchase than now because thanks to the Korean manufacturer taking care of customers, the buyers are going to get Play Store credit worth £100 which is a great credit amount considering that it’s coming for free. Consider this Samsung’s token of appreciation for the purchase you made.

The tablet is currently available with brick and mortar retailers like John Lewis and Curry’s PCWorld and it is priced at merely £279. So you are not even spending much and in return you are also getting some free credit for your fun at the Play Store. For those of you who want to make this purchase and still don’t know about the product, the Tab pro 8.4 features a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, and an 8.4” 2560 x 1400 screen and is equipped with a sufficient 2 GB RAM.

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