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Dhiraagu launches Samsung Note20 and Note 20 Ultra 5G - the first virtual smartphone launch event in the Maldives.

Dhiraagu the leading digital service provider in the Maldives has officially launched Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra 5G.

 

The official launch took place virtually on NEXTON platform making it the very first virtual smartphone launch event in the Maldives. To mark this major milestone, Dhiraagu’s Chief Marketing Officer Mr. Mahmoud Dasser together with Managing Director Samsung SriLanka, Mr. Kevin Yu were virtually present to unveil the latest Samsung flagship device for the first time in the Maldives.

 

Speaking at the launch event our Chief Marketing Officer Mr. Mahmoud Dasser stated that “Today’s launch of the Galaxy Note 20 and Note Ultra 20 5G together with our partner Samsung is yet another proof of our commitment to collaborate with the best technology players to bring you, our valued customers the best innovations.”

 

“Samsung and Dhiraagu have been partners since 2015. It has been an exciting, and adventurous journey. Come 2020, and we are still together in getting Samsung's innovations, on to the hands of, the ever-growing Samsung fans in the Maldives” stated Managing Director Samsung SriLanka, Mr. Kevin Yu’s while delivering his remarks at the event.

 

During last month, we opened for pre-order where they were eligible for a special offer. Customers who pre-ordered will be able to enjoy 10GB FREE Bonus Data per month for 6 months. Dhiraagu customers can also enjoy a FREE pair of Galaxy Buds+ with every Note 20 and a pair of the latest Galaxy Buds Live with 20 Ultra 5G, preordered from Dhiraagu. These latest two models are Dhiraagu eSIM compatible.

 

Dhiraagu is committed to strengthening the partnership with Samsung to bring customers the next-generation technology and transform the way they work and play. Especially now, in this digital age smartphone users make up a larger share of the workforce where the demand for more seamless devices is increasing.

 

 

10 September 2020

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