Big response for FMP golden warranty plan

Updated 20 June 2012
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Big response for FMP golden warranty plan

Future for Modern Products (FMP), a major distributor of Samsung mobiles in Saudi Arabia and a subsidiary of United Matbouli Group (UMG), the sole distributor for Samsung Electronics, has announced the reintroduction of the golden warranty promotion in the Kingdom.
The golden warranty program, which has been introduced with the unveiling of FMP’s new corporate identity, now offers a host of value added benefits for consumers in Saudi Arabia.
Under the new warranty program, customers will now be entitled to a two-year warranty on their Samsung smart phones and tablets along with an assurance of repairs within one hour.
In a first for the Middle East, a free insurance cover will also be provided to consumers for their Samsung phones under the new golden warranty program.
Besides this, an attractive gift draw scheme has also been introduced under which the customers can win mega prizes including Samsung mobiles, LCD television sets, laptops, digital cameras and even a car.
Commenting on the launch of the new promotion, Shehab Rashad, commercial director of Future for Modern Products, said: “The loyalty and trust of our customers in the FMP brand is of paramount importance to us. The first edition of the golden warranty program had received an overwhelming response, and the extension of this program with new features is a testament of our commitment to continuously provide not only a comprehensive range of Samsung smartphone products but also offer unmatched benefits that inspires value and trust amongst our stakeholders in Saudi Arabia.”
With the introduction of the new Golden Warranty promotion, FMP has also now started offering the Samsung Galaxy SIII in Saudi Arabia.
Owing to FMP’s strategic partnership with Samsung, the Galaxy SIII has been launched in Saudi Arabia on the same date as the rest of the world.


Sudan launches 9-month economic rescue plans

Updated 23 September 2019

Sudan launches 9-month economic rescue plans

  • The measures will include rationalizing spending and tackling of inflation
  • Subsidies for bread or petrol would continue until around June 2020

KHARTOUM: Sudan’s transitional government will launch in October a 9-month economic rescue plan to stabilize the economy, Finance Minister Ibrahim Elbadawi said on Monday.
The measures will include rationalizing spending and tackling of inflation, Elbadawi said, adding that subsidies for bread or petrol would continue until around June 2020.