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Samsung Galaxy S22 Series, Pre-Order now Open on Smart Signature

Samsung Galaxy S22 Series

Smart Communications, Inc. opens the pre-order for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Series at all Smart Stores nationwide. Score up to 12K worth of discount and freebies from Feb. 10 to March 3, 2022.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Series

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, S22, and S22+, the company's latest 5G flagship smartphones are best enjoyed with Smart, the carrier that Ookla rates as the fastest for Samsung devices.

Based on Ookla’s Speedtest Intelligence data covering Q4 2021, Samsung devices are up to 1.8 times faster on Smart’s 5G mobile network, and up to 1.9 faster on the Smart 4G mobile network.

Ookla has also recently declared Smart as the country’s fastest 5G mobile network, enabling users to make the most of the cutting-edge innovations of the Galaxy S22 Series - from its ultimate video and camera features, next-level power, dynamic display, longer battery life, and fastest performance ever.

Get the Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G for only P2,999 per month
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Series is best paired with the Signature Plan L, which comes with monthly 15 GB open-access data, Unli AllNet Calls, and Texts, and 150 minutes of PLDT Calls under a 24-month contract.

During the pre-order period, subscribers getting the Samsung S22 Ultra can enjoy a special discount of ₱9,600, while those getting the Galaxy S22 and S22+ can enjoy a special discount amounting to ₱7,200.

With these pre-order discounts, subscribers can get the Galaxy S22 Ultra (256GB) for just ₱2,999 per month with a one-time cash-out of ₱12,200. Subscribers can also sign up for the Galaxy S22+ (256GB) for ₱2,799 per month with a one-time cash-out of ₱8,310, or the Galaxy S22 (256GB) for ₱2,499 per month with a one-time cash-out of ₱6,900.

Subscribers with approved applications from Feb. 10 to March 3, 2022 are also entitled to get awesome freebies including a silicone case and a lucky box strap worth at least ₱3,000. For the complete Galaxy S22 Series offers, visit smrt.ph/GalaxyS22.

Moreover, renewing Smart Signature subscribers who are availing of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Series are entitled to a special pricing and may simply charge their device cash-out to their monthly bill, eliminating the need to pay the cash-out upfront.

These offers are also extended to switching postpaid subscribers from other networks who will be porting-in via the Mobile Network Portability (MNP) program and will be availing of any Smart Signature Device Plan bundled with the Galaxy S22 series. To learn more about the MNP program, visit http://smrt.ph/switch.

The new Galaxy S22 series
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Series provides the ultimate camera and video experience. Nightography delivers day-like brightness for more detailed photos even in low light. Subscribers can also enjoy professional features on a smartphone with its cinematic camera movements and high-quality details.

The Galaxy S22 Series features a dynamic AMOLED 2X display with a refresh rate of 120Hz and a peak brightness of 1750 nits. Stream your favorite videos with its ultimate outdoor visibility, best with Smart’s Fastest 5G mobile network. With a two-day battery and 45W Super Fast charging, you won't have to worry about battery life.

The Galaxy S22 Series is the most durable Galaxy yet, with IP68 water resistance, armor aluminum, and Gorilla Glass Victus+. The 5G-certified Galaxy S22 Series features the first 4nm CPU. With Smart's 5G mobile network, you can stream and download at lightning speed.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G comes with the S Pen conveniently embedded in its body, the perfect unification of the Ultra Performance and Note Experience. The Galaxy S22 and S22+ 5G are also compatible with the S Pen, perfect for the unstoppable goal slayers.

Pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S22 Series now with Smart Signature at Smart Stores nationwide. To learn more about Smart Signature offers, visit smrt.ph/GalaxyS22 

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