Categories: Apps, Games & Google ServicesMobilesNewsSmart Accessories

Live in the Newcastle/Hunter region & are a good driver? Then S Drive from Samsung wants to reward you.

Samsung Electronics Australia have launched a new initiative in the Newcastle/Hunter region of NSW, aimed at rewarding careful drivers who do the right thing.

The initiative called S Drive, is aimed at rewarding compatible Samsung Galaxy smartphone devices who live in the Newcastle/Hunter region and Hold a P2 driver’s licence or above and are over the age 18 years of age who have an impeccable clean driving record or are at least a good driver obeying the local road rules of NSW of course, with rewards ranging from Music Subscriptions (via Samsung’s own Music Hub) and Movie Rentals to Fuel Cards, Gift Vouchers, Samsung tablets, and even some unique once-in-a-lifetime experiences (such as a snowboarding event with Australian Winter Olympian Skier Alex “Chumpy” Pullin).

The service is only limited to residents as outlined above and to owners of the following compatible Samsung Galaxy Smartphone devices:

  • Galaxy Note 2
  • Galaxy Note 3
  • Galaxy S3
  • Galaxy S4
  • Galaxy S4 Mini
  • Galaxy S4 Active

Samsung have stated that during the pilot program, that the service will only support these devices listed above, however you can let them know via the website if you would still like to take part with a smartphone not listed above at a later stage.

Users who sign up via the website will receive from what we can see on the website, is a welcome box containing Samsung Tech-Tile, Instruction booklets and welcome booklets, Galaxy Smartphone cradle along with a sticker to place on your car advising everyone that you part of the S Drive crew.

Samsung have also released a video explaining what S Drive is all about which you can watch below:

If your interested in signing up, you can head over to the S Drive website and check it out for yourself. Hurry; the promotion ends next week!

Source: Samsung S Drive.
Thanks: Damian.
Journalist
Alex Dennis

By day, Alex works within the Industrial Relations field/occupation but by night and in his spare down time he searches the net for anything and everything relating to Android and Chrome related products and news. Other various interests Alex has include, Accessible transport for people with disabilities along with LGBTIQ and Health related fields and interests for again for people with disabilities.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*

Share
Published by
Alex Dennis

Recent Posts

  • Hardware
  • News

Google Home Hub goes on sale October 23 – here’s what to expect

If you couldn't guess, we're pretty excited for the release of Google's new Home Hub across Australia tomorrow. It's the…

8 hours ago
  • News
  • Tablets, Laptops and Chrome

Chrome OS jumps into a slice of Pie for Android

Google's implementation of Android on Chrome OS has been updated, with the underlying Android layer receiving an update to Android…

18 hours ago
  • Mobiles
  • News

Try out the new Google Pixel 3 Group Selfie feature at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi from this Thursday

If you're looking to check out a Google Pixel 3 before the Pixel 3 hits the streets on November 1st…

19 hours ago
  • Mobiles
  • News

Kogan Agora 9 launching next month with 4,000mAh battery for $169

Discount online electronics retailer Kogan has today started pre-sales for their latest Agora branded handset, the Agora 9, with the…

20 hours ago
  • Around the Home
  • Smart Accessories

Amazon Echo Plus a great way to get into smart home automation

Amazon's Alexa speakers and Google home compatible speakers have similar capabilities in many areas. However in the area of home…

20 hours ago
  • Around the Home
  • Hardware
  • Reviews
  • Smart Accessories

LG WK7 ThinQ Speaker – Australian Review

The WK7 ThinQ is LG's latest smart speaker with built-in Google Assistant capabilities. LG have succeeded in designing it in…

21 hours ago