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Monday, 26 July 2010 10:55

Samsung offers Galaxy S to disgruntled iPhone 4 owners

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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Hate your iPhone? Try this one!
There’s always cash to be made on others’ misfortunes, as we’re sure many companies know this by now, but the latest case we’ve heard really drives the point even further. Samsung now offers its Galaxy S phone to a “cross selection” of disgruntled iPhone 4 users, so that they realize just what they’ve been missing on.

Tiffany Nieuwland, one of those that experienced the rotten side of the apple, vented her frustration via Twitter (Wow. Must’ve been horrible. Sub.ed.). The next morning, she was tweeted by Samsung and offered a free Galaxy S.

Of course, anyone would be skeptical, but it turns out that this is indeed true – Samsung decided to contact a “cross section of individuals “ and offer them a free replacement so that they could see just how greener the grass is on the other side.

So, if you’re dissatisfied with your iPhone 4, you might want to start spamming Twitter with Tweets of agony so that Samsung hears your cries.

More here.


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