Price Cut Alert: Here’s How You Can Purchase the Apple iPhone 6 for Rs. 10,000 on Flipkart

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    Apple recently launched its latest iteration of flagships the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in India. While this news may have excited one part of the Indian consumers, the other part of the consumers, who can't afford to shell out the hefty price tag that the new iPhones come with, are eagerly waiting for the price slash of previous iteration of iPhones.

    Here’s How You Can Purchase the Apple iPhone 6 for Rs. 10,000

    Finally, here's the good news for all those who fall under the second category. The Apple iPhone 6 (16GB) received a price cut of Rs. 3,000 on Flipkart which brings its current price to Rs. 33,900.

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    Additionally, the home-grown e-tailer is offering a cahsback amount of up to Rs. 3,000 for Citibank credit card users. Combine it with the Flipkart's smartphone exchange offer (up to Rs. 22,000) and you can own the iPhone 6 for an amount as low as Rs. 10,000.

    Here’s How You Can Purchase the Apple iPhone 6 for Rs. 10,000

    Though the iPhone 6 is a couple of years old, considering the price it is available after the discounts, it's still a good bargain for those who have always dreamt of owning an Apple iPhone.

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    However, do make a note that the offer is applicable only to the 16GB variant and the 64GB variant still ships with a price tag of Rs. 44,999. Also, the additional cashback of Rs. 3,000, which Citibank credit users can avail, will be credited by February 15, 2017.

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