Vodafone has today announced its partnership with Asus to offer great deals to customers who purchase the latest Asus ZenFone Max Pro (M1) smartphone. The handset will exclusively be available on Flipkart and will give free 120GB to Vodafone postpaid and prepaid customers.
The smartphone is priced at Rs 10,999 for the 3GB of RAM and Rs 12,999 for the 4GB of RAM. Ther Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 has also got its first major update bringing enhancements in security and camera departments inside the mid-range device. The next sale of the phone will be held on May 10.
Vodafone customers will get up to Rs 3200 worth of benefits. Vodafone is offering its pre-paid customers 120 GB free Additional Data at 10 GB / month for a year with the purchase of Asus ZenFone Max Pro (M1). Any prepaid customer opting for Rs 199 plan and above will be eligible for the offer. Vodafone’s postpaid customers who have subscribed to RED Rs 399 plan and above can also enjoy the added data benefit of 10 GB per month upon buying Asus ZenFone Max Pro (M1). Additionally, Vodafone’s RED postpaid customers are also eligible for Free Red Shield Device Security Solution for a period of two years.
Avneesh Khosla, Associate Director, Vodafone India, said, “We at Vodafone are committed to providing our consumer relevant offerings. We understand that these consumers aspire for high performance smartphones but often hit the affordability barrier. With this partnership, we aim break to this barrier by offering them an affordable high tech handset with huge volumes of free data & weekly offers for their non telco indulgences, making this a fully loaded smartphone package that’s easy on the pocket.”
Commenting on the partnership ASUS CEO Jerry Shen said, “India is an important market and we are pleased to partner with Vodafone as it gives us another opportunity to deliver a superior, consistent and differentiated customer experience. Furthermore, we are glad to have partners like Vodafone and Flipkart strengthening our vision of making smartphone technology affordable and accessible to everyone in the country.”