iPhone SE Available for Rs 19,000: All You Want to Know
Apple iPhone SE is available for as low as Rs 19,999 through the company's authorised offline sellers.
Apple iPhone SE is available for as low as Rs 19,999 through the company's authorised offline sellers. (File photo)
Apple iPhone SE is available for as low as Rs 19,999 through the company's authorised offline sellers. In what is being seen as Apple's attempts to capture the mid-range smartphone market in India, authorised offline sellers have slashed the prices of iPhone SE by almost Rs 10,000.
After the price cuts, the iPhone SE 16GB version is available for Rs 19,999 and the 64GB variant iPhone SE costs Rs 25,999 now.
The news about the price cut on iPhone SE was first broken by Kerala-based retailer, @itnetinfocom.
The cash back offer on the iPhone SE was announced first on Friday, and it will continue till March 31.
It is pertinent to note that Rs 5,000 cash back is applicable on credit cards and debit cards from the following banks only: HSBC, ICICI Bank, Indusind Bank, Kotak, RBL Bank, SBI, Standard Chartered, UBI, Axis Bank, Citibank, HDFC Bank, and Yes Bank.
iPhone SE Now available in India at Lower price than US. 16 GB @ 19999 64 GB @ 25999 . Offer only for Card Purchase . Call us at 9995800818 pic.twitter.com/815jKF4m5h
— ITNET (@itnetinfocom) March 18, 2017
Also, the discounts being offered are being seen as Apple's move to make additional revenue before the close of the financial year. With the recent cut, now retailers are offering iPhone SE for as low as Rs 24,999, coupled with the Rs 5,000 cash back dropping the effective price to as low as Rs 19,999.
Apple had released the iPhone SE almost a year ago, with the India launch happening in early April.
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