Sunday, 19 March 2017

Apple's iPhone SE gets massive price cut in India, now available starting at Rs. 19,999

Apple's compact iPhone SE launched in India starting at Rs. 39,000 last April.  Now almost a year later the phone has received a massive price cut in the country. The iPhone SE is now available starting at Rs. 29,999 on Flipkart, and even more cheaper at Amazon India starting at Rs. 26,500. 

However, Kerala based retailer ITNET Infocom is offering a more sweeter deal. Under a new offer, the 16GB iPhone SE is available for as low as Rs. 19,999 and the 64GB version at 25,999, which is Rs. 19,000 and Rs. 23,000 cheaper than the MRP price.

The new price is part of Apple's ongoing 'iPhone SE cash back offer', under which customers are being offered Rs. 5,000 cash back on purchase on an iPhone SE. The cash back offer is eligible only if the transaction is completed using a credit or debit card, and will be available till March 31. Also the cash back is not valid in case you purchase the iPhone SE on EMI using debit/credit cards. The cashback amount will be credited to a customer's account with 90 days of purchase. 

Credit cards issued by following banks are eligible for the iPhone SE cash back offer ―Axis Bank, Citibank, HDFC Bank, HSBC, ICICI Bank, Indusind Bank, Kotak, RBL Bank, SBI, Standard Chartered, UBI, and Yes Bank. 

Debit cards issued by these banks will qualify for the iPhone SE Rs. 5,000 cash back― Axis Bank, Citibank, HDFC Bank, HSBC, ICICI Bank, Indusind Bank, Kotak, RBL Bank, Standard Chartered, and Yes Bank.

It's worth mentioning that Apple India is yet to confirm these price drops officially.

To refresh your memory, the iPhone SE is an upgraded version of iPhone 5s, replaced by the hardware of iPhone 6s. It features a compact 4-inch Retina display, A9 processor, 12MP iSight camera (w/ dual-tone LED flash and 4K video recording), 1.2MP front camera, TouchID fingerprint sensor and Apple Pay support. Apple touts the iPhone SE to be the most powerful 4-inch smartphone ever. 


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