The Ativ tablets run Windows 8 and will sell for R6,695, while the companies say that the normal retail price is R7,999. It will come with a free cover.
Standard Bank warned that there are a limited number available and explained that should customers choose to pay via their credit card they will by default be put on the budget option at a 0% interest rate.
The tablets will be available from the Standard Bank website.
Samsung said that its Windows Ativ tablet is 8.9mm thick and weighs 570g. It has a 10.1” HD display, 2GB RAM, a microSD card slot and a USB port.
The bank is further offering customers an ADSL service at a 15% discount through Internet Solutions. This includes access to 500MB of free Wi-Fi traffic at any “always-on” hot spot around the country, a 1GB mailbox and a fax-to-email account.