National carmaker, Proton, is collaborating with Astro’s Go Shop service to make researching and buying a Proton more effortless and convenient. You can now learn about the features of Proton cars and register your interest to purchase across Go Shop TV, mobile and online platforms from wherever you are.
Register your interest at Go Shop between 5 June and 30 June 2017 to enjoy the benefits of the on-going Proton Stay Safe & Save promotion as well as additional exclusive-to-Go Shop gifts of 1 year’s free insurance and road tax and a RM 200 Go Shop eGiftCard.
Registration is via any of these:
- Tuning in to Astro channel 118 and calling Go Shop’s 24-hour toll-free number displayed on TV
- Logging on to www.goshop.com.my
- Accessing the Go Shop mobile application (available from the Google Play Store and Apple AppStore)
The Proton Stay Safe & Save campaign promotion consists of:
- 5-Year / 100,000 km Free Service, inclusive of parts and labor
- 5-Year Warranty
- RM 500 Festive Bonus
- RM 500 Balik Kampung Bonus
- RM 1,000 Loyalty Bonus for existing Proton owners
Go Shop’s Chief Executive Officer, Grace Lee said, “Go Shop is continuously seeking for new partners and new products to bring on board and showcase on our multiple platforms, as well as innovative ways to delight our customers. We are encouraged by the strong interest in Proton Iriz and the Proton Persona from our customers, having received more than 300 registered interests. We continue to introduce new categories and expand existing ones – most recently in muslimah wear, lifestyle, beauty and furniture products – to meet their needs and serve them in an out-of-store environment.”
“At Proton, we are always open to new ideas and innovative ways of doing things. Our partnership with Go Shop leverages on our respective companies’ strengths to offer a mutually beneficial proposition. This is a ‘first-of-its-kind’ offering by both parties and we are pleased that Malaysians have been receptive to this. We look forward to offering our customers more exciting ways to engage with Proton in the near future,” said Dato’ Ahmad Fuaad Kenali, Chief Executive Officer of Proton.