For the past month, Flipkart and Amazon have conducted massive Diwali sales on their respective platforms. The platforms have been offering significant discounts on various things, which a consumer rarely receives throughout the year. Diwali is one of India’s most significant celebrations. It’s that time of year when e-commerce companies offer 5G phones and other devices at rock-bottom prices to celebrate and attract new customers.
Diwali Sale Ends Tonight: Here’s Your Last Chance
Those looking for a premium Samsung 5G phone at a reasonable price might pick the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G, which costs Rs. 35,999. The Samsung Galaxy S21 costs less than Rs. 50,000. Amazon has it advertised at Rs. 49,894. The Apple iPhone 13 is now available on Flipkart for Rs. 59,990, down from its previous price of Rs. 69,900. This is likely your only chance to purchase the iPhone 13 at such a low price. This iPhone’s retail package does not include a charger, so keep in mind that you will have to pay more for this because it is a necessary accessory.
Nothing Phone (1) is out for Rs. 29,999 for the 128GB storage variant, whereas the Google Pixel 6A smartphone from Google is priced at Rs. 34,199 on Flipkart. The SBI bank credit card comes with an Rs. 4,200 discount. With the bank card deal, you can purchase the handset for less than Rs. 30,000.
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During Amazon’s Diwali sale, the Samsung Galaxy M13 5G phone is available for Rs. 11,999. People looking for good 5G phones, around Rs. 30,000, could choose the Motorola Moto Edge 30, iQOO Neo 6 5G, and POCO F4 5G. The Motorola Moto Edge 30 Fusion, a 5G phone, will cost roughly Rs. 43,000 on Flipkart.
It is crucial to note that both e-commerce sites are offering additional discounts on various bank cards, which would further reduce the price. People can also look into exchange deals to get even more significant discounts on equipment.
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