By: Nirupam Manik, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : October 03, 2016 2:36 pm
After the success of 1st day of Big Billion Days Sale, Flipkart launched its Day 2 sales last night at midnight.
Flipkart has introduced its Big Billion Day Sale on Mobiles and Accessories today with a bunch of amazing deals on different smartphones. After the success of 1st day of Big Billion Days Sale, Flipkart launched its Day 2 sales last night at midnight. Here are some of the best deals you will find.
Apple iPhone 6 (16GB)
One of the best deals on Flipkart right now is on Apple's iPhone 6 which is available for Rs 29,990 as compared to the original price of Rs 36,990. Not only this, an exchange offer of up to Rs 17,000 is also available. Plus, you can get instant 10 per cent discount by paying from State Bank of India Debit/Credit Cards.
LeEco Le 1s (32GB)
LeEco's Le 1s is available for Rs 7,999 which is about 20 per cent less than original price of Rs 9,999. Also, you can get up to Rs 6,500 off on exchange which would technically make Le 1s available for Rs 1,500. And Of course, you will get the instant 10 per cent discount by paying via SBI Debit/Credit cards.
Moto X Play (32GB)
Motorola's Moto X Play was one of most sold device of its time. Today, Flipkart is offering a 21 per cent discount and is now available for Rs 14,999. Similar to the above mentioned device, there is also up to Rs 12,000 exchange off. The 10% SBI instant discount is here as well.
Samsung Galaxy On8
Interestingly, Samsung Galaxy On8 saw a flat Rs 1,000 off today. Further, buying a Galaxy On8 will also get you a free 32GB Samsung microSD card. There is also an Exchange offer of up to Rs 13,000 and 10% instant discount on State Bank of India Debit/Credit Cards.
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