iPhone 13 price drop! Get it at the cost of iPhone 12; here's the whole deal
A huge iPhone 13 price drop has been announced on Amazon and it brings the cost down to that of an iPhone 12!
This development will please Apple iPhone fans immensely! iPhone 13 price drop on Amazon has been announced and it will bring the cost of ownership down to the level of the older iPhone 12 level. In fact, with the impending launch of iPhone SE 3, Apple fans are getting a lot of good news these days as a huge number of retailers have announced iPhone price cuts! If you are planning to buy a new iPhone then this can be a good opportunity for you. The original iPhone 13 price is Rs. 79,900, but it will be available to you with a flat Rs. 11,000 discount. With this special Amazon offer, you can get it at the price of an iPhone 12. Don't scratch your head, here is the whole deal explained for you. Have a look.
iPhone 13 price drop on Amazon
Amazon is offering a flat discount of Rs. 5000 on iPhone 13, which \makes the phone available at the price of Rs. 74,900 for everyone. Cardholders from banks like ICICI, Kotak, and SBI can get an additional Rs. 6000 discount, which will make it a total of Rs. 11,000 on the whole iPhone 13 deal. With this discount, the effective iPhone 13 price for the 128GB variant will be Rs. 68,900 while its 256GB and 512GB memory variants can be purchased at Rs. 78,900 and Rs. 98,900 respectively.
What makes the iPhone 13 series deal more affordable is Amazon's exchange offer as you can get up to Rs. 15,250 discount on the whole iPhone 13 series. Though the discounted amount in the trade-in deal will depend on the model of your phone and its quality but it can help you to bring down the price by around Rs. 60,000 which is the current price of the iPhone 12 on Amazon. Besides that, there is no cost EMI option too starting at Rs. 4,938. Sounds a great deal? Don't wait! Make the best use out of this iPhone 13 deal.
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