Apple Offers Minimum Discount Of Rs 7,500 On iPhone 5C: Limited Period Offer


Apple has started throwing offers on its so called iPhone 5C in India now. Last year the company introduced cash back offers on iPad mini. Now the latest offer on iPhone 5C comes is a form of a major exchange offer which will give you benefits to save more than of Rs. 7,500 on the purchase of the same. However, this is a limited period buy back offer and will run between 1st to 30th May, 2014.


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Apple Offers Minimum Discount Of Rs 7,500 On iPhone 5C: Limited Perio

To be precise, under this buy back offer, customers will get Rs. 7,500 discount on iPhone 5c 16GB model in exchange for old smartphone. According to the reports online, Apple's premium reseller Imagine said, "All leading smartphones qualify for this offer" and the unit should be in working condition along with the charger. You can get more details from your nearest Apple Premium Reseller across India.

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Moreover, FoneArena says that Apple is also offering additional Rs. 2,100 cash back for Standard Chartered credit card holders. Thus the overall sum that these customers should pay would be just Rs. 30,200 based on monthly EMI transaction for 9 months. While others using credit card from other banks (Axis, Citibank, HDFC, HSBC, ICICI, InusInd and Kotak Credit Card) will have to pay a higher price of Rs. 32,300.

On the other hand, Apple is also offering a similar buyback offer for iPhone 4S (8GB).

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