Here's How You Can Buy iPhone 7 in India at Rs. 1,700

According to the recent media reports, you can now own the recently launched Apple iPhone 7 just by paying Rs. 1,700. Yes, you read that right! Reportedly Apple is in talks with several Indian banks to check the feasibility of this plan.

Here's How You Can Buy iPhone 7 in India at Rs. 1,700

How can you avail this offer?

If this plan comes into existence in India, all you'll need is an Aadhaar card, Rs. 1,700 initially, and voila, you're an iPhone owner now.

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What's the catch?

Wait, this sounds too good to be true, what's the catch here? We are sure this question must have popped in your head as soon as you started reading this article.

Here's How You Can Buy iPhone 7 in India at Rs. 1,700

The catch here is that the Rs. 1,700 you paid initially will be considered as down payment and the rest of the amount has to be paid in installments.

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Price and availability

The Cupertino tech-giant has officially confirmed the Indian prices of it's latest offerings yesterday. The iPhone 7 will set you back by Rs. 60,000 for the 32GB variant while the iPhone 7 Plus will come with a price tag of Rs. 72,000 for the 32GB variant in India. Both the devices will hit the stores starting from October 7.

Here's How You Can Buy iPhone 7 in India at Rs. 1,700

Similar plans

Earlier this year, Apple launched a similar plan in India to boost the sales of the iPhone SE and called it the Corporate Leasing Plan. However, this was available only to corporate employees. But, the aforementioned plan could be available to all the India consumers.

You can also pre-register the iPhone 7 now, since a couple of Indian retailers have already started accepting them.

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Source: Zee News

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