Before, we have seen varied Smartphone manufacturers introducing several schemes or executing numerous methods to enhance the sale of their Smartphone devices in markets. The discount or offer percentage grows little more when matter comes to developing markets like India. And when we consider Apple, one of the most expensive and intensive share holders in global market, the developing markets seems quite unfit to use its products. Hence we find Apple introducing varied offers & schemes from time to time to enhance the selling of its products.
Recently Apple has introduced one such scheme for the Indian market in which the users can exchange their old Smartphones with a brand new iPhone 5c or iPhone 4S at a minimum exchange price of Rs. 13,000. The offer starts from today morning in the Indian markets and this is an attempt from Apple to enhance the sale of its iPhone 5c and iPhone 4S Smartphones. Revelation a propos the offer was first made by a Mumbai based retailer Manish Khatri who took to his twitter page and wrote, “Buyback on iPhone 5c and iPhone 4S 8GB LIVE FROM TOMORROW (get minimum 13000 on selected models) *condition apply.”
Khatri also mentioned a list of the Smartphones that can be exchanged for the brand new iPhone 5c or iPhone 4S. As per the list he mentioned, the selected models include the Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3, Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8, the BlackBerry Q10, BlackBerry Z10, HTC Desire 500, HTC One dual-SIM, HTC Desire 600, HTC One mini, Nokia Lumia 925, Sony Xperia Z, Sony Xperia Z1, Sony Xperia Z Ultra, Sony Xperia ZR, and Sony Xperia C. Ypu will also find a number of flagship phones in these selected models.
Right now of course the Apple iPhone products are expensive for the Indian market since the iPhone 5c 16 GB variant is being sold at Rs. 41,900 while the 32 GB variant costs Rs. 53,500 here and the iPhone 4S 8GB model is being sold at Rs 31, 5000. So, we hope the new Buyback offer by Apple will bring some genuine profit for the Indian iPhone lovers. But what you think guys? Are you gonna put your hands on a new iPhone 5c or 4S?