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When it comes to technology, you can’t beat Game on a well-considered range of devices and gadgets that cater to the South African consumers’ needs.

By - February 9, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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When it comes to technology, you can’t beat Game on a well-considered range of devices and gadgets that cater to the South African consumers’ needs.

Not only is Game continually beating its competitors’ prices, Game also offers a Price Beat Policy to ensure you never pay more at Game.

What does that mean?

Well if you find an item cheaper at a competitor at the time you want to purchase, or within 21 days of purchasing, Game will not only match they price they will beat it, by offering you a further 10% of the difference back.

Game consistently offers customers the best prices so that they too can be afforded the opportunity to enjoy desired technology, so you can be rest assured that Game will continue to maintain their price leadership position amidst the fluctuating exchange rate and the current devaluation of the rand.

It doesn’t end there, when you purchase a computer from Game you are guaranteed complete peace of mind.

Their fantastic “peace of mind on-site warranty” comes standard with all of their computers.

Game offers customers a hassle free on-site repair process which gives them the convenient option of booking their computers in for any technical or software related issues from a remote location.

Still in disbelief? Games service guarantee expands on the peace of mind site warranty by promising customers that they will provide on-going service on any product purchased – even after the expiry of the warranty!

Additionally, Game’s in store technicians see to it that customers experience a WOW (Walk Out Working) experience to ensure complete peace of mind.

Stay connected to the world and equip your children for E-learning with Game’s comprehensive range of mobile devices.

Game offers unbeatable deals on sub R1500 tablets and customers can also expect to find a complete range of Lenovo, Dell and Samsung tablets in Game stores nationwide.

The new All-in-One Desktop is now available at Game for an unbeatable R5499.

It replaces the traditional tower PC of yesterday and offers a sleek space saving PC with the CPU integrated into the monitor.

Turn your home into a wireless technological hub with Game’s range of leading networking gear such as the D-Link N300 Wireless Modem Router available from Game for R590 or the Netgear N300 Wireless Modem Router for R 799.

Game covers all your printing needs by offering an extensive range of HP and Canon ink jet and laser technology wireless printers, ink cartridges and laser toners.

This offering also includes Canon’s latest ink tank printer technology that does not utilise ink cartridges and therefore permits customers to enjoy high quality and ultra low cost printing of both documents and photos.

You too can enjoy the latest ink tank technology for a super low R3499 when you purchase the Canon Ink Jet Printer from Game.

Are you looking for digital storage solutions with bigger and better storage capacities and faster transfer speeds?

Then look no further, Game offers an incredible range of digital storage solutions such as the Western Digital 1TB portable hard drive for R1099 and the Seagate 3TB hard Drive for R1699.

View Game’s latest tech specials in the Game Back to Work catalogue at http://www.game.co.za/back-to-business.html.

This article was published in partnership with Game.

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