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Asus offers discounts on  smartphones 

Asus has offered several discounts which will make smartphones sell well in the market. Users have access to an array of products.

The Taiwanese smartphone maker has Asus announced that it will indeed offer discounts on its smartphones during the ongoing Month-End Mobiles Fest.  Quite similar to past Month-End Mobile Fests, Flipcart is rather holding the sale event in the final week of the month. As per Flipkart, the sale did start on August 26th, 2019 and will go on for six days till August 31st. Asus did send us an overview of all the offers that are available on Asus devices during the sale. Google Nest Hub Smart Display will definitely impact the users.

Asus Flipkart Month-End Mobiles Fest

Asus is rather offering both additional discounts for exchange offers as well as flat discounts. Asus 6Z buyers can have an additional Rs 3,000 if they feel like exchanging their current smartphone. Flipkart is also offering no-cost EMI options with the help of Bajaj Finserv and also selects credit and debit cards. Such offers will be ranging between three and six months. Beyond this, things do move in the flat discount territory for almost all the smartphones.

Asus offers discounts on  smartphones 

Asus is also rather offering flat Rs 500 off on its Zenfone Max Pro M1, Max M2, and Max M1. After the discount, ZenFone Max Pro M1 with 3GB and 32GB internal storage will be priced at Rs 7,499. The 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage variants are available for Rs 8,499. Max M1 is at Rs 6,499 and Max M2 with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage is selling at Rs 7,499 during the Asus Flipkart Month-End Mobiles Fest. Flipcart is also making an offer of other devices as part of the sale event.  In this context, Google Nest Hub Smart Display has proved itself well.

The Vivi Z1 Pro is, in fact, available with a flat discount of Rs. 1,000 if a person decides to pay online making use of any payment method. Xiaomi’s Redmi 6 (3GB, 64GB) will be sold at Rs. 6,999 (MRP Rs. 10,499) during Flipkart’s Month-End Mobiles Fest sale this week. The Honor 8C is indeed also selling at a discounted price of Rs. 7,999 on Flipkart right now.

Flipkart’s Month-End Mobiles Fest sale does include the Realme 2 Pro that is available starting at Rs. 8,999 (MRP Rs. 13,990) this week. Flipkart is also offering an additional Rs. 1,000 off on the normal exchange value of your old smartphone with the Redmi Note 7 Pro. Also, the Samsung Galaxy A50 comprises of an additional Rs. 2,000 off on the normal exchange value.

The  Oppo A5 (4GB, 64GB) will now be available at Rs. 9,990 (MRP Rs. 15,990) during Flipkart’s Month-End Mobiles Fest sale this week. The online marketplace is making an offer which happens to be the ‘lowest price’ on the Redmi Y2 at Rs. 7,499 (MRP Rs. 10,499).

The recently launched Motorola One Vision has an extra Rs. 2,000 off over the normal exchange price of an old smartphone during the ongoing Flipkart Month-End Mobiles Fest sale. Motorola One Vision does feature a 48-megapixel primary rear camera and a 25-megapixel front-facing camera.

Asus has teamed up with Flipkart in order to offer its smartphones at discounted prices during the Month-End Mobiles Fest sale. The Asus 5Z (8GB, 256GB) is now available at its ‘lowest price’ at Rs. 23,999 (MRP Rs. 36,999). Asus’ Max M2 is of course also available at discounted prices starting at Rs. 7,499 (MRP Rs. 12,999).

  Honor 10 Lite is in fact selling at Rs. 8,999 (MRP Rs. 13,999) while the Honor Play is available at Rs. 11,999 (MRP Rs. 21,999). These prices are similar to the deals one has seen earlier during Flipkart’s limited-period sales.

As for premium phones, Flipkart is offering up to Rs. 5,000 extra as an additional discount on exchange value with the Samsung Galaxy S10 series phones. Flipkart is also offering no-cost EMI options with select payment methods. Google Pixel 3a is available with Rs. 3,000 extra discount on all prepaid orders. Google Nest Hub Smart Display also has carved a niche for itself in the market.


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