+ Monday September 23rd, 2019

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Samsung Australia is continuing their push to be considered a leader in personal health, by offering two personal training sessions from Vision Personal Training studio in Australia with the purchase of a Galaxy S5 from their Samsung Experience stores in Sydney or Melbourne.

The offer is valid for purchases of the Galaxy S5 made from either store from now until the 23rd of May 20. It includes two x thirty minute one-on-one personal training sessions at a Vision Personal Training studio valued at $100. There are quite a few Vision Personal Training studios in NSW, with three in Victoria, you can check out the list on the Vision Personal Training website.

As usual there are a few conditions – 18 years and older, not a Samsung employee or a family member of one, but it’s pretty standard fare. You can check the full terms and conditions on Samsung’s website.

With their S-Health App and Gear wearables, Samsung is sure trying to make themselves a force to be reckoned with in the personal health area. Overall, this isn’t a bad offer, but only if you’re looking to buy the phone outright and live near one of the Samsung Experience stores.

Source: Samsung Australia.

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I’d rather the free pair of sports shoes I got from my Xperia Z2 deal with Optus.

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