Samsung’s new credit card reward feature will make you grab it in one go

Samsung which is known for its super cool phones is now stepping up in another field of work. They are on the way to solving the issue of people who have to think a lot before buying electrical appliances or technological products. Let’s see what they have got for you.

Samsung has finally launched its own credit card with the partnership of Axis Bank of India. It offers you cashback up to 10% on different online purchases and perks for making payments on different platforms. The service provided has been divided into two tiers. 

Signature and Infinite, first come up with a monthly limit of cashback up to INR 2,500 to INR 10,000 yearly. The latter one has a limit of INR 5,000 to INR 20,000. This deal can be availed on all Samsung products that include TV, laptops, smartwatch, and other appliances. You don’t need to worry about the limit of purchases you make while buying Samsung products. They are focussing on Tier 2,3 cities of India for this card and they are hopeful for its success because they think annually an average Indian buys electronic appliances up to Rs 40,000. So it will be easier for customers to fulfill their needs when required without thinking a lot about money. 




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