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Apple India Offering Buyback and Free Replacement with iPhone X to Boost Slowing Sales


We bring news of absolute delight for prospective iPhone X buyers. If you think that the magnificent iPhone X is out of your league, then hold your horses, for Apple India has announced a new limited period offer for iPhone X buyers. The super-smartphone is now available at a collective discount of Rs. 30,000 at Apple Premium Resellers.

Customers can avail a buyback discount of minimum Rs. 20,000 on their old smartphones. This means you can upgrade your old handset to an iPhone X with Rs. 20,000 off on the maximum retail price.

However, the buyback offer is only available on exchange with select range of smartphones, which includes the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and several other Android smartphones like OnePlus 5T, Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge among others.

Additionally, apart from the buyback offer, there is a cash back of Rs. 10,000 if the purchase is made using an ICICI credit card. It should be noted that this added advantage is valid only at select stores on all EMI transactions made under ‘Brand EMI’ on Pine Labs terminals using ICICI Bank Credit Cards. The buyer can expect the entitled cashback of 10,000 to be credited to their account within 90 business days.

Wait before you start celebrating because there’s more!!

If a user is receiving more than Rs. 20,000 under the buyback offer, he/she is eligible for an additional discount of Rs. 7,000. Moreover, Apple tries to top your favourites’ list by being generous to offer a ‘Free Screen Replacement’ on the iPhone X, with reward points on Apple’s loyalty app, the iCircle. Servify provides the screen replacement offer via their app. The offer needs to be activated within seven days from the date of purchase and is valid for six months from the device activation date. To avail this offer, the device must be purchased exclusively from a Premium Reseller channel partner.

It seems that the exorbitant pricing of the flagship iPhone X did not go well with the consumers. Apple’s (AAPL) stock had declined following news reports and analyst notes, which subsequently raised concerns about the demand for the pricey iPhone X. The attractive discounts available at iStores might make up for the sale of the X. Furthermore, Samsung has become a part of the competition as well by launching its new flagship model.

Conclusively, the Apple of everybody’s eye is gearing to create a secure and sleek electronic future.

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