Samsung Bangladesh to introduce free sterilizing facility for electronic gadgets

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Samsung Bangladesh: More and more public awareness is growing with each day to contain the spread of COVID-19.

To restrain coronavirus from continuing the death tolls, organizations and brands across the world have been striving with their technologies and innovations.

In this process, leading electronic device manufacturer Samsung has set another signature of excellence in

Bangladesh by introducing a ‘free UV sterilization’ facility – recently the company has introduced the sterilization solution for its customers.

The service is completely free of charge and can be availed by all upon arriving at the customer care centers.

The sterilization process takes place inside a compact, rectangular box that is operated through wireless technology.

The device called ‘ITFIT UV Sterilizer’ uses UV rays to destroy up to 99 percent bacteria within 10 minutes.

Multiple UV lamps placed in alternate sides of the box ensure complete coverage for sterilizing mobiles, spectacles, earphones, wristwatches, and most other small gadgets that can be exposed to contamination.

Samsung is offering instant disinfection for such devices, which is hassle-free and reliable.

This way, customers can now return home even after exposing their utility gadgets for the sake of a happy outing without any stress regarding how to disinfect those later.

Seungwon Youn, Country Manager, Samsung Bangladesh,

expressed his satisfaction upon providing this support – “Coronavirus has already caused a lot of crisis globally.

Samsung is proud to reassure the valuable clients that their devices are safe and have been taken care of under this pandemic situation.”

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