Samsung's latest flagship Galaxy S4 seems to have created a big hype before the launch as well as after the launch and now customers are keenly waiting to grab the handset as soon as possible. As expected, carriers are facing high demand for the Galaxy S4 and Canadian carrier TELUS has a different approach to manage the high demand by offering $50 to customers if they delay shipment of their pre-ordered handset.
"Thanks for pre-ordering the GALAXY S4 with TELUS. This device has been so popular that there's a very limited quantity available across Canada and internationally. To help manage our restricted supply, we're offering select pre-order customers a $50 bill credit if you're willing to wait up to two weeks to receive your GALAXY S4," according to TELUS' email to its customers who pre-ordered the Galaxy S4 (via Mobile Syrup).
So what does it mean if you have pre-ordered your Samsung Galaxy S4 via TELUS and have received an email to delay taking your handset? If you have received the email from TELUS and you decide to take the offer, the carrier will add $50 as credit to your account after you receive your device. You will receive your Galaxy S4 by May 10 instead of Saturday, April 27. However, if you choose not to take the offer, your handset will be shipped on Friday April 26.
Moreover, the offer will be available 11:59pm Eastern Standard Time (EST) on Tuesday April 23, 2013.
The success of Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the key reasons why so many customers are keenly waiting for the Galaxy S4. On paper, the Galaxy S4 definitely seems a step ahead of its predecessor and specifications of the handset are such that it can put any other handsets to shame.
If you have received the email from TELUS will you accept $50 and delay your shipment by two weeks?
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