This Diwali 2017, Motorola has announced a big sale offer on the top 4 models of smartphones they sell. This Motorola Diwali Sale news flashed everywhere after it was divulged on Twitter. This sale by Motorola is for a limited time. As per the sources, the Motorola Diwali offer is going to last from 14th October 2017 to 21t October 2017.
Motorola E4, G5, Z2 & M Models up for Diwali Discount Offers 2017
In the tweet announcing the limited period Diwali sale, Motorola has revealed the discounted prices of all the models in for offers. The models that are included in this sale include Moto E4, Moto G5, Moto Z2 and Moto M. In the tweet, along with the model number, the discounted price for each model was also mentioned. This Diwali 2017, you can buy the Moto Z2 model for Rs. 24,999 that is less than the actual price of Rs. 29,499, Moto E4 for Rs. 8,199 [actual price Rs.8,999], Moto G5 price is down to Rs. 10,999 from Rs. 12,599 also Moto M price has been reduced to Rs. 12,999 from Rs. 16,999.
Extra 100GB of 4G Reliance Data Offer By Motorola on Diwali 2017
Dropped rates are not all that Motorola is offering this Diwali, but according to the recent tweets by the company, Motorola is also giving away extra 100GB of 4G data to its users. Although not all details about the offer are out, still the Motorola users are very excited about the news. Along with this, Motorola this Diwali 2017 is also offering the EMI scheme for its users from its partners including Bajaj Finserv as well as Home Credit.
Moto X4 by Motorola Launch in India Postponed
Motorola has also announced the delay in the launch of Moto X4 in India. After the news of its Diwali Offer came in the market, the news postponing the delay in launch of Moto X4 also smashed. Earlier the launch was suppose to happen on October 3rd but the news never came.
So, enjoy extra 100GB Reliance Jio 4G data and account amazing discounts on the Motorola Top models including Moto Z2, Moto M, Moto E4 and Moto G5. Hurry! Buy today and get amazing deals. Offer valid till October 21st, 2017.