tnjz72
Level 1: Cadet

Free gift bag with Tablet

I just purchased a tablet for my wife. My wife just received it today. I would had thought a free gift bag may have actually included a gift or discount but all it was a bad that you could get from Reject Shop. I was expecting something other than a bag. Ah well that was the negative but positively from time of purchase to delivery was awesome. Well done on that front.

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Drat
Level 22: Superhuman

Re: Free gift bag with Tablet


I would had thought a free gift bag may have actually included a gift or discount but all it was a bad that you could get from Reject Shop.

Are you referring to this?

 

It looks to me that it is just a colourful bag with a festive message, which may save you from having to wrap the item up in wrapping paper; the handset or tablet you bought is the gift itself (and you're the one doing the giving).

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tnjz72
Level 1: Cadet

Re: Free gift bag with Tablet

Just a bit tacky. I just thought Telstra might had been just a little bit more generous thats all.

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