IPhone SE prices slashed, now available for Rs 19999
- Author: Zachary Reyes Mar 20, 2017,
Mar 20, 2017, 6:27
The iPhone SE 16GB variant was originally priced at Rs 39,000 before being cut to Rs 24,999, while the 64GB model was priced at Rs 44,000.
One cannot get this cash back offer for EMI-based transactions and only one iPhone can be bought per card under this offer. The Cupertino giant hasn't officially cut the price of its iPhone SE in India but its authorised offline retailers are selling it at a huge discount, which will surely give mid-range smartphones from other OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) a run for their money.
Apple's iPhone, which has been out of reach for many Indian's are now available at a cheaper price along with cash back offer. The cashback of Rs 5000 will be available to different credit and debit cards of various banks. The 16GB variant of the iPhone SE is available for Rs 19,999, while the 64GB model can be purchased for as low as Rs 25,999.
Cash back will be posted back to the card "within 90 days", and Gadgets 360 understands only one iPhone can be purchased per card under this offer.
Currently, in the U.S., the 16GB variant is available at $399 or Rs 26,125 approximately and the 64GB version is for $449 or Rs 29,399 approx, as reported by FoneArena. However, retailers are now selling both the variants with Rs 5,000 cash back on purchase using a credit or debit card, taking the prices to a new low. The device is offered in two storage variants - 16GB and 64GB. Now, after the introduction of a new cash back offer on the iPhone SE, we are definitely going to see a lot of interest from the potential consumers.
For those who're not aware, the iPhone SE is an upgraded iPhone 5s with the innards of an iPhone 6s.
The iPhone SE is a powerful phone though with Apple's A9 SoC paired with M9 motion co-processor. It sports a fingerprint scanner, 12-megapixel iSight camera, featuring Live Photos and faster wireless as well as Apple Pay. The metal-clad iPhone SE has a large battery that Apple claims will offer up to 14 hours of talk-time.