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Samsung slashes mobile phone rates

Samsung slashes mobile phone rates

Samsung has slashed mobile phone rates and announced rewards.

According to media reports, prices of some of Samsung’s mobile phones have been reduced across Pakistan during the month of Ramadan, which will continue from April 14 to May 15.
The company has slashed the price of the new flagship Galaxy S21 by Rs 7,000 and it will now be available at Rs 1,62,999 instead of Rs 1,69,999 with free Buds Plus and adapter.
The price of S21 Plus will be reduced from Rs 1,94,999 to Rs 1,084,999 while the Galaxy S21 Ultra will be available at Rs 2,19,999 with a reduction of Rs 10,000 instead of Rs 2,29,999.
The 6GB RAM model of Galaxy A51 has been reduced by Rs 2,000 which will be available at Rs 47,999 instead of Rs 49,999, while the 8GB RAM model has been reduced by Rs 3,500 to Rs 54,999. The place has become Rs 51,499.
The Galaxy A31 will be available for Rs 35,499 instead of Rs 36,999, while the Galaxy A12 (64GB storage model) will be available for Rs 30,999 instead of Rs 32,999 and the A12 (128GB storage model) for Rs 32. It will be available at Rs 30,999 instead of Rs 9,999.

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