Wow! iPhone 12 price just plunged from 59990 to 51990 on Croma; Limited time deal

    If you are still looking for a perfect smartphone deal for yourself, then the iPhone 12 price cut on Croma’s Black Friday Sale is still very much alive.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Nov 26 2022, 17:05 IST
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    You can grab the iPhone 12 deal with a price cut and card offers on Croma at an amazingly low price. (Unsplash)

    If you missed the chance to grab a new iPhone deal at an affordable price during the Black Friday Sale which was celebrated on November 25, then know that you still have a chance! Because Croma's Black Friday Sale is still live and it is offering huge discounts on a wide range of products. Among these impressive deals is the iPhone 12 and its price has dropped to less than Rs. 52000. The Black Friday deal is live for a limited time.

    If you are planning to upgrade your current smartphone to a new premium phone, then you should not miss this deal. You need to hurry as the deal will end on November 27. Know all details here about the iPhone 12 deal here.

    iPhone 12 price cut

    Currently, you can find the 64GB storage variant of the iPhone 12 priced at Rs. 54990, which is a flat 8 percent drop from its retail price of Rs. 59990. However, it is the card offer that lets you own the phone at an impressively low price. You can enjoy a Rs. 3000 instant discount on HDFC Bank Credit Card while making the final payment on the iPhone 12. The discounted price inclusive of cashback will be applicable on the final payment page. This will help you to get the iPhone 12 at just Rs. 51990.

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    iPhone 12: Reasons to buy in 2022

    We all know that Apple has already launched its latest iPhone 14 series in 2022. However, you should know that the iPhone 12 is still a smart deal due to several reasons. First, the iPhone 12 has three more years with the latest support of iOS and security from Apple. Second, the cameras and video quality of the iPhone 12 are still one of the best available. Third, you will be able to get to experience the Apple ecosystem at a reasonable price! And that's what makes it a perfect deal to get now.

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    First Published Date: 26 Nov, 17:04 IST
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