Samsung Launches Try Now, Buy Later Program For 98-Inch Supersize TV

Samsung is offering an online exclusive Try Now, Buy Later Program for the 98″ QLED supersize TV from today (Oct 23) to Nov 15.

This limited-time offer enables you to experience a 14-day trial of the large screen TV for RM300.

“If you’ve ever dreamed of having a cinema-like experience right in your living room, now is the perfect time to make that dream a reality. With stunning picture quality, immersive sound, and a massive 98″ screen, Samsung’s supersize TV delivers an unforgettable viewing experience,” it said in a statement.

Those interested to enter the contest can register their entry and the winners will be contacted by customer service arrangement of delivery and installation.

Selected winners need to make a payment of RM300 for installation fee as it ensures that they can experience the supersize TV.

“After paying for the fee, wait for delivery and enjoy the 14-day trial of the 98” QLED supersize TV and Q-series Soundbar HW-Q990C.

“Then, after using the supersize TV for two weeks, you have the freedom to decide. You can either return it or alternatively, if you’ve fallen in love with the supersize TV, you can enjoy RM300* credit back when you purchase the 98” QLED.”

Samsung also offer online-only exclusive promotion, offering a total savings of RM5,225*.

This include a price reduction of up to RM3,000*, a complimentary Setel Petrol Voucher valued at up to RM800*, a 3-month subscription to Prime Video worth RM75*, the opportunity for a trade-up with an instant rebate of up to RM550* and installation services valued at up to RM800*.

“Additionally, you can take advantage of the 0% interest installment plan for up to 36 months, with monthly payments of RM861.1. With this offer, you can try supersize TV 2.0 before making a final commitment,” it said adding the exclusive promotion is accessible only online and is valid until 31 October 2023.

*Terms and conditions apply. While stock lasts.

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