Zackpot Can See You Win Big Cash Prizes

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The great news is that Samsung has launched its Zackpot competition, which runs from 10 November to 31 December 2017. Anyone who buys a Samsung Z2 or Z4 smartphone during this period stands a chance to win up to R250 000 every week. The Zackpot pool increases with every device sold.

“The Samsung Z2 and Z4 brings a simplified mobile experience to first-time smartphone users and represents our ongoing commitment to expanding the Tizen ecosystem,” said Craig Fleischer, Samsung’s Director of Integrated Mobility.

The Samsung Z2 and Z4 devices are equipped with a front and rear camera, which is optimised for social media use, and it also has a wide range of features focused on convenience and productivity, including quick and easy access to the most frequently used functions.

It has a battery management feature, including Battery Notifications and Power Planner, to help users preserve and extend the life of their devices.

By using different combinations of buttons and swiping functionality, users are able to create shortcuts to launch convenient features such as Quick Talk, Quick Torch, Quick Launch of camera, or Quick Switch, without returning to the home screen.

The Z4’s 5-megapixel front camera includes a F2.2 lens, LED flash and a variety of camera modes. The device also has a 5-megapixel rear camera with dual LED flash, which allows users to take crisp photos, even when the subject is far away.

To enter the competition, consumers simply need to purchase the new Z2 or Z4 smartphone and SMS their names, surnames and IMEI numbers to 40489. The IMEI number can be obtained by dialling *#06#, or by looking for the white sticker in the phone for the product information, such as model and serial number. The IMEI is the 15-digit number above the bar code.

Find out how much money is in the pool by listening to the Metro FM Drive Show every Wednesday from 3pm to 6pm. The weekly winners will be announced on Metro FM every Monday on the Drive Show.

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