Galaxy S21 fans in South Korea can now rent the latest flagship for three days through the Galaxy To Go service, and customers who will decide to purchase the flagship after the trial period ends will get free gifts and an opportunity to win bigger prizes through a lottery system.
Galaxy To Go is not entirely new in Korea but with the arrival of the Galaxy S21 series, Samsung has made the service available at more locations. This time, over 200 Samsung Digital Plazas nationwide offer customers the option of renting the flagship. The number of location used to be three times lower.
The Galaxy S21 handsets that are available for renting come pre-loaded with a few extra apps and ship with the popular mobile game League of Legends: Wild Rift, presumably to showcase the phone’s online gaming capabilities via 5G. Customers will also be able to send feedback and ask questions about the device they’ve rented through a one-on-one live broadcast or direct messaging with a Samsung representative.
Customers in Korea who will rent the Galaxy S21 through the Galaxy to Go service and decide to purchase the flagship will be gifted one of the many Galaxy S21 accessories, namely the Wireless Charger Duo Pad. The Charger Duo Pad can recharge two devices simultaneously and it normally costs $59.99.
In addition, these customers will be enrolled in a lottery with a chance to win the Galaxy Book Flex 2, the Galaxy Tab S7+, and/or accommodation vouchers at The Shilla Seoul 5-star hotel. The Galaxy to Go service will be available until March 14.