September 30, 2016 3:01:53 pm
Amazon India has opened up pre-oders for the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and is giving exchange offers, and No Cost EMIs on the devices. Flipkart is however, the official online retailer for Apple and is already accepting pre-orders as well. The pricing for the phones is the same for both websites, but their offers are different. Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus will officially launch in India on October 7.
Apple iPhone 7 is being sold by 4U Marketing, and is fulfilled by Amazon. The phone is available for pre-order in Silver, Black, Gold and Rose Gold in all three storage variants. The Jet Black version of the phone is however not available at the moment. Only the silver colour of the 32GB version of the iPhone 7 Plus is currently available for pre-order on Amazon.
Amazon is offering up to Rs 20,070 off in exchange offers for the iPhone 7. We put the IMEI numbers and details of different phones to find out how much would we save in an exchange offer. When we put the details of an iPhone 6 (16GB), we were given an exchange offer of Rs 9,450. When we selected iPhone 6s (16GB), the website gave us Rs 16,200 off. There are no exchange offers for the iPhone 7 Plus at the moment. Users will also get Rs 4,000 in additional cashback in Amazon gift card.
Amazon is also offering ‘No Cost EMI’, which gives cashback of up to Rs 8,000 in Amazon gift cards. Vodafone is giving an offer that will give users 9GB of data free with 1GB on pre-booking.
If you are pre-ordering the phone without an exchange, it is possible to get a 1-year damage protection for the Rs 2,999 for the iPhone 7. A user can also choose an OnsiteGo 1 year comprehensive screen protection for the device at Rs 3,899.
For the iPhone 7 Plus, users will be able to avail the 1-year damage protection pack for Rs 2,999, and the OnesiteGo 1 year comprehensive screen protection at Rs 6,399.
Flipkart is also offering pre-order deals on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
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