Saudi Telecom introduces the new Samsung Galaxy S5

April 15, 2014 4:04 pm

Building on its partnership with Samsung, STC recently added the Samsung Galaxy S5 to the smartphone range available with its new Postpaid plans – a series of packages tailored to customers’ individual needs.

It’s a move fully consistent with STC’s promise to offer all that’s new and most innovative in the telecoms world.

By selecting the Postpaid 400 plan with an 18-month contract, STC customers will be able to get the Samsung S5 completely free.

Without a Smart Devices Postpaid Plan, the phone will cost SR 2,699 – together with Sawa Prepaid cards that include 50 calling minutes, 50 SMSs and 250MB per month for first 3 months.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 excels in many ways. Compatible with 4G LTE, it is powered by and Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system, which guarantees outstanding performance and unique ease of use.

Among a host of attractive features and practical specifications, customers will love the stunning 5.1-inch full-HD Super Amoled screen.

The introduction of the Galaxy S5 further strengthens STC’s strategic alliance with Samsung, a company renowned worldwide for the innovative design and manufacture of smart devices. The partnership ensures the very latest technologies and services for STC customers.

This launch also confirms STC’s dominant position in the Saudi smart-device market, as well as its reputation for staying ahead in the introduction of leading-edge products and services.

As demonstrated when it became the first service provider in the Middle East and North Africa to offer 4G LTE, STC remains focused on delivering sophisticated services – and at the lowest possible prices.