Headed to South Korea? You could get a free Galaxy Note 5 to use during your stay
Have you been wanting to snag a Galaxy Note 5, but can’t bring yourself to it? Well, you might be able to take one for a spin free of charge if you’re headed to South Korea.
Samsung has partnered up with the Korea Tourism Organization to provide 250 Galaxy Note 5’s for tourists to use per week. Not only that, but thanks to SK Telekom, each user will get 1GB of data to use during their stay in South Korea.
This offer is actually put on by the Korea Tourism Organization in order to show off South Korea’s insanely fast wireless infrastructure.
The only catch is that this promotion only applies to those flying into the Incheon International Airport in Seoul. Not only that, but users interested in taking part in this program will have to apply through the Korea Tourism Organization website. From there, they will let you know if your application was accepted, and you’ll be able to pick up your Galaxy Note 5 upon your arrival in Seoul.
It’s important to note that not everyone coming into South Korea will get to try a Galaxy Note 5. Only 250 people per week will get to take the smartphone out for a joyride. However, if you plan on taking a trip to South Korea this year, it might just be worth applying for your chance to have a little fun with Samsung’s latest and greatest. Keep in mind that if you do get selected, you will have to return your Galaxy Note 5 before leaving South Korea. They’ll, of course, have all the terms on their website.
If you’re interested, you can apply at the Korea Tourism website here.
All in all, it’s a nice promotion, and could potentially help boost Samsung’s falling sales worldwide.
source: Samsung Korea
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