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ASUS Philippines announces official extension of ‘Gear Up for the New Normal’ Back to School promotions

/ 04:32 PM September 04, 2020

All roads will definitely lead to the ASUS Concept Store nearest you as ASUS Philippines has officially announced the extension of the brand’s seasonal back-to-school campaign up to September 15, 2020

This gives those who are still on the lookout for the #BestLaptopDeals in the market today more chances to not only get the ASUS laptop they’ve always wanted, but to also have a complete and more productive experience for online learning that is needed during these times. 

True to its name, the Gear Up For the New Normal promotion equips instructors, teachers and students alike with the best solution to this shift to virtual learning and teaching. The “Gear Up For The New Normal”  campaign gives buyers of select ASUS laptops a free and exclusive bundle of a Globe at Home Prepaid WiFi router, which features 2x faster speeds than regular pocket WiFi, and comes with free 10GB of Data. On top of this, ASUS Philippines is also giving away a Lazada e-voucher of up to Php 5,000 that can be used to purchase ASUS products in select official stores in Lazada. 

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Participating ASUS laptops for this promotion include the current and upcoming Intel Core i5, i7 and i9-powered ASUS ZenBooks and ASUS VivoBooks purchased in ASUS Concept Stores and accredited resellers nationwide. 

To register for the promotion, and to get more details on the campaign, please visit the official microsite at https://bit.ly/ASUSGearUpMechanics

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TOPICS: ASUS Philippines, Back to School, Globe At Home, Lazada
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