OTE - Hellenic Telecommunications Organization SA

07/08/2024 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 07/09/2024 06:29

Summer sales at COSMOTE and GERMANOS

- Additional savings with 15% €pistrofi (rebate) on purchases with Eurobank cards
- Pay less and in up 48 interest-free instalments for a wide variety of advanced technology products


Summer sales have started at COSMOTE and GERMANOS stores throughout Greece, as well as online at www.cosmote.gr and www.germanos.gr. Until 31 August, consumers can purchase their favourite smartphones, tablets, laptops, TVs, smartwatches, smart home products, accessories and gaming products, cheaper and in up to 48 interest-free instalments[1], while they will also find small home appliances at GERMANOS. Furthermore, until 14/7, for purchases of a total value of €249 or more made with Eurobank cards participating in the Programme, consumers earn a 15% €pistrofi (rebate)[2].

Here are some of the options available to consumers:
  • the SAMSUNG Galaxy S24 series smartphones with advanced Galaxy AI capabilities, leading cameras with the Nightography function, and elegant design, with a discount of €100 to €150, starting at €849[3]
  • the XIAOMI Redmi Note 13 Pro 8/256GB smartphone, with AMOLED Full HD+ 6.67'' screen, triple camera with a 200MP main camera, 67W fast charging support, and the €24.90 XIAOMI[4] portable speaker as a gift, down from €349.90 to €299.90
  • the SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab A9+ 11 4/64GB 5G tablet, with 11'' display, octa-core processor, and 4 speakers with Dolby Atmos support, down from €319.90 to €269.90
  • the Samsung 4K 50" 50CU7172 Smart TV, with a powerful 4K Crystal Processor and HDR support, ideal for gaming, down from €439 to €399. Furthermore, when making a purchase at a physical store, cosnumers can save an additional €50 of the purchase value by making a new COSMOTE TV connection[5]
  • the ACER Aspire 3 laptop, with 15.6'' HD display, 5700U AMD Ryzen 7 processor, 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD hard drive, down from €649 to €549
  • the GARMIN epix Sapphire Titanium smartwatch, with built-in GPS and a long battery life of up to 16 days, down from €949 to €599
  • the JBL BoomBox 3 portable bluetooth speaker with 3-way speakers, waterproof with IP67 certification, and a battery life of up to 24 hours, down from €579 to €379[6]
  • the XIAOMI S10+ robot vacuum, with LDS laser navigation system and a battery life of up to 2 hours, down from €349.90 to €299.90.
Furthermore, anyone who would like to install a wireless alarm system in their space will find the ESA Home Security Elite-i at COSMOTE and GERMANOS. This includes the central unit and motion detector with camera, magnetic sensors for doors and windows, water leakage sensor, and smoke detector, as well as an outdoor siren, down from €1,489 to €1,099. The package includes 24 months of electronic signal monitoring services by the Incident Management Centre of ESA Security Solutions, placement, installation, and calibration services, as well as training in use and a 2-year sound operation warranty.

[1]The 48 interest-free instalments apply to purchases of €900 or more. The 36 interest-free instalments apply to purchases of €500 or more, 24 to purchases of €300 or more & 12 to purchases of €60 or more, with payments made via credit card
[2]All Apple products and PS5® consoles excluded. Additional terms and conditions apply, details available at germanos.gr, cosmote.gr & eurobank.gr/epistrofi.
[3] All prices are indicative and include VAT. Offers are in effect while supplies last.
[4]The gift offer is valid until 04/08.
[5] The bundled €50 discount offer is valid only for the purchase of a new TV and for a limited number of new COSMOTE TV Streaming connections (Cinema Pack with a 12-month commitment or Sports/Full Pack with a 24-month commitment) or COSMOTE TV Via Satellite (Cinema Pack with a 12-month commitment or Sports/Full Pack with a 24-month commitment) or COSMOTE DP & TV (Cinema/Full Pack with a 24-month commitment).
[6] On 10/07 the initial price of JBL BoomBox 3 is €479 up to and including 30/07 or until stocks run out.