Samsung giving away "£200" of free media with its Galaxy Tab

Samsung is to start giving away an “entertainment package” that it claims is worth around £200 with its Galaxy Tab Android tablet this Christmas, with new buyers of the tablet able to claim a bundle of downloadable media. To qualify for the free stuff, your Galaxy Tab must be purchased between December 8 and February 28, 2011.

Here’s Samsung’s list of highlights about what’s available:

The package includes a choice of 50 MP3s from eMusic, 15 movies from Samsung Movies including Sex and the City 2, 7 games developed and adapted by Gameloft for the seven inch device and 5 eBooks of your choice from WHSmith’s best-seller list.

I shall certainly look forward to watching my complimentary copy of Sex and the City 2 on Christmas morning. Here I am, doing just that:

galaxy tab entertainment package

Washed my hair just this morning. Here are the facts on how it works. It’s a redeemable online deal you get by entering your Galaxy Tab’s IMEI code here, basically.

SAMSUNG BUNDLES ENTERTAINMENT PACKAGE WITH GALAXY TAB FOR CHRISTMAS

Music, movies and more worth £200 for new Samsung Galaxy Tab owners

8th December, London, UK – Samsung today announced the availability of a free entertainment package worth £200 for anyone buying a Samsung Galaxy Tab before Christmas. Whether it’s a gift for a loved one, or even a gift for yourself, the Galaxy Tab now comes with free music, movies, games and eBooks so you can start enjoying the many experiences your Galaxy Tab has to offer straight away.


The ultra-portable Samsung Galaxy Tab is the perfect size for reading, listening to music, playing games and watching movies on the move and the entertainment package lets people enjoy their Galaxy Tab out of the box – as they can get started choosing their favourite music, movies, games and books right away at no extra cost. The package includes a choice of 50 MP3s from eMusic, 15 movies from Samsung Movies including Sex and the City 2, 7 games developed and adapted by Gameloft for the seven inch device and 5 eBooks of your choice from WHSmith’s best-seller list.

Simon Stanford, Managing Director, Mobile, Samsung UK and Ireland said: “We’ve used our strategic partnerships with leading brands to put together an entertainment package that will let people enjoy the Galaxy Tab straight away. We’re committed to offering the best entertainment experience as well as the best value and we wanted to give our customers even more to enjoy when they open a Galaxy Tab this Christmas.”

To redeem the entertainment package worth £200, consumers simply log on to www.samsung.com/uk/galaxytab and enter their unique code found in their Galaxy Tab box.

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  1. Tony

     /  December 8, 2010

    I had a go of the keyboard for samsung galaxy tab otherday, the one thats a dock that the tab sits in, its really good

    Reply
  2. Lekky

     /  December 8, 2010

    You don’t have to have bought it from today… I bought mine ages ago and it worked

    Reply
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