iPhone X Available For Just 26,700 Through Reliance Jio Offer | Exclusive

India just became one of the first countries to get the Apple iPhone X recently. The phone that went on pre-orders earlier this morning on Flipkart and Amazon was sold out in just a matter of minutes. This is proof that a lot of people had been giving the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus a cold shoulder and actually waiting for the bezel-less iPhone X.

Now JIO telecom owned by Mahesh Telecom which had launched the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus last month with some exclusive offers, has come up with extraordinary offers for the iPhone X. The iPhone X price in India is 89000 Rupees which is pretty steep considering it goes for around 63,000 in the United States.

JIO offer on the new Apple iPhone X:

JIO announced a 70% buyback offer on the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 plus and the same is offered on the Apple iPhone X too. The iPhone X price in India is 89000 Rupees which is rather steep. This makes the phone out of reach to potential customers who would like to own one. To resolve this issue, The JIO telecom has offered an exclusive offer to JIO users. The JIO users can get 70% of the price of the iPhone X back when they return their phone after using it for one year.

The only terms for this JIO offer is that the customer should be a JIO user and subscribe for a plan of 799 Indian Rupees or more. In the 799 INR plan, the user gets 3GB of 4G data daily along with unlimited calls and SMS. The offer can be claimed only if you buy your iPhone X from JIO store, My JIO app, Reliance Digital and Amazon.in. Additional a 10,000 Indian Rupees cashback can be availed by using Citibank cards.

This means that the effective price of the iPhone X will be 26,700 Rupees after you get 62,300 cashback from JIO. This is quite a deal for someone who thinks the price of the iPhone in India is too steep.

The iPhone X is the first phone from Apple with a bezel-less design language but has a much controversial approach to it. The front camera cuts into the screen and forms a crater which does not go well with the design structure.

Source: Digit


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