Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini at FNB

The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini is now available as one of First National Bank’s smartphone promotions

By - August 26, 2013 Share on LinkedIn
Samsung Galaxy S4 Minis running the FNB app

First National Bank (FNB) has added the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini to its range of smart device promotions at a discounted price of R209/month over 24 months.

“FNB now sells over 35 models of smart devices and we are pleased to add the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini to our range,” said Kartik Mistry, head of smart devices at FNB’s Core Banking Solutions.

“We have recently added the Blackberry Q10 and Q5, the Samsung Note 8.0, the latest range of Apple MacBook Airs, as well as a range of HP Notebooks,” said Mistry.

FNB said that clients that switch to FNB can get the Galaxy S4 Mini at the discounted rate of R209.

Clients who switch to FNB can get the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini at a price of R209/month and choose one of these three bonuses:

  1. 200 minutes, 200 SMSes, 200MB of 3G data per month x12 months (on a Cell C Straight Up 200 contract).
  2. 20GB of 3G data per month x 12 months (actually a Cell C 5GB + 15GB midnight data GigaNite 20 package).
  3. Uncapped ADSL data for 6 months to a maximum value of R399 per month. Thereafter ADSL data is available at a discounted rate based on the client’s eBucks reward tier.

FNB said that this promotion will be available until 30 September 2013.

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