Apple India offers cashback and exchange offers on iStore iPhone 13.
There is a Rs 5000 discount on iPhone 13 from Apple India iStore.
HDFC Bank card users will also receive a cashback of Rs 4,000,000.
New Delhi. Apple India is offering huge cashback and iStore phone trade-in on purchase of iPhone 13 during Independence Day sale. Under this deal, you can take home a smartphone worth Rs 79,000 for just Rs 53,900. A discount of 5,000 flats is available on Apple India iStore during the sale.
As part of the deal, customers can also get cashback of Rs 4,000,000 using HDFC Bank debit and credit cards. Along with this, you can get an exchange bonus of 2,000,000 rupees. According to the official India iStore website, customers can avail Rs 4,000 cash back on purchase of iPhone 13 which is only applicable to HDFC Bank debit and credit cards.
Cashback will be available within 120 days
Cashback offer is valid for transactions made using the EMI option on Pine Labs and Paytm terminals. Cashback will be credited within 120 days of the last date of the transaction month to the account of open and active members of the card only.
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HDFC Bank offers
Apart from this, the fee-free EMI is also applicable for a period of 6 months for EMI transactions from HDFC Bank debit and credit cards. HDFC Bank is offering a 12-month no-cost EMI loan facility with no down payment to purchase an iPhone 13. Along with this, the company is also offering an instant in-store discount of 5000.
Other banks also offer EMIs for free
Apart from this, free EMI plans are available on Bajaj Finance, IDFC First Bank, TVS Credit and ZestMoney. This plan is provided in the form of no-cost EMI, i.e. the benefit of no-cost EMI as the total applicable interest to be charged by the financier on the consumer loan for the main duration will be borne by Apple authorized distributors.
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FIRST POST: August 11, 2022, 4:40 p.m. HST