Samsung buyers who purchase any wireless or Bluetooth audio products will now enjoy three months of free unlimited access to more than 20 million songs available on Simfy Africa’s online music streaming service.
This promotion has been on from 1st June 2013 and will continue up to the 31st may 2014 with the chosen Samsung wireless and Bluetooth-enabled audio products including home theatre systems, AirTrack speaker systems, Mini Components Systems and Bluetooth speakers.
Lance Berger, the head of product marketing TV/AV at Samsung South Africa, thought that the Samsung wireless audio products combine innovative design that has the latest technology features that provide an enhanced entertainment experience.
“The partnership with Simfy Africa takes this to the next level by giving customers access to the music they enjoy listening to with one click and at no charge,” said Berger.
“Samsung wireless audio products make it easy to experience Simfy Africa at home and on the go with the high quality sound output form apps,” said Davin Mole, Simfy Africa’s CEO.
Mole added that the experience comprises organizing ones favorite music through playlists, finding new favorites in the newest releases, sharing them with friends on social media, downloading music using the offline mode as well as listenining without an internet connection, and taking music on their smartphones or tablets through the Simfy app.
In order to access the offer, buyers will go to the link found on the voucher, which will be included inside their recently bought Samsung audio product, and enter their unique code on Simfy Africa’s website.
Ryan Birkin, the chief business development officer for Simfy Africa advices those new to Simfy Afirca experience can go into any store with Samsung brand ambassador and they will be shown how to use Simfy Africa with their devices.
“This partnership is about bringing consumers a new flavour of sound by combining the respective strengths of both companies – giving them a range of mobile music options through an innovative ecosystem,” adds Berger.