Thursday, August 05, 2010

Samsung Middle East Celebrating Ramadan

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, a leading technology provider in the telecommunications industry, in association with the Red Crescent, today launched "Make A Wish" initiative during the Holy Month of Ramadan.

Richard Joo, General Manager, Marketing Division at Samsung Middle East and Africa head quarter, commented:

"In the spirits of celebrating Ramadan, Samsung created "Make a Wish" online campaign designed to increase the public's awareness of the spirits of the Holy Month and the importance of helping the ones in need."

"We invite everyone to make a wish for their loved ones during the Holy Month and Samsung will contribute a specific amount of money for each wish. The proceeds will go towards the Red Crescent activities for Eid dress for orphans, Zakat El Fiter and Iftar," Mr. Joo added.

With every wish made by visiting Samsung - Ramadan website, the individual will enter a draw to win one of eight fabulous Omnia phones which will be given away during the celebration of Eid El Fitr.

Samsung's Omnia otherwise known as i900 brings together high performance business content, top of the range style and a fun, dynamic multi-media experience, to ensure consumers are always connected both at home and at work.

Omnia, meaning 'everything' in Latin and 'wish' in Arabic, goes beyond the current top-of-the-line features available in today's mobile phones. Samsung Omnia allows users to switch seamlessly between Microsoft Outlook email and productivity applications that replicate the look and feel of their PC, with a stroke of their finger.

The Omnia will be available in the Middle East region later this month.

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