Samsung is hosting a Mobile Fest on Flipkart from Tuesday to Thursday, and it is offering a range of its smartphones on discounts and deals. Flipkart is offering deals on the Galaxy On Nxt, Galaxy J5 (2016), Galaxy On8, Galaxy On5, Galaxy On7, and Galaxy A9 Pro smartphones. Furthermore, Flipkart is also hosting a TV Days Sale from Tuesday to Thursday with deals, discounts, and EMI offers on a range television sets from companies like Samsung, Vu, Micromax, Panasonic, and more.
Samsung Mobile Fest, apart from discounts, sees exchange offers on many phones. The Samsung Galaxy On Nxt is priced at Rs. 15,490, a Rs. 3,000 discount on original price. Furthermore, users can avail of up to Rs. 14,500 exchange discount on the smartphone. Also, Idea is offering buyers 14GB of extra data with a 1GB recharge, and a no cost EMI option is also available on the smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016) is priced at Rs. 10,490 (Rs. 2,800 discount), and users can further get up to Rs. 9,500 off on exchange of old smartphone as well. The Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro is priced at Rs. 29,900 (Rs. 2,590 discount), and an exchange offer of up to Rs. 16,000 is applicable. There's also the option to avail a no cost EMI on the purchase of this smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy On8 had a flat Rs. 2,910 discount, and was priced at Rs. 12,990. Exchange offer of up to Rs. 12,000, the Idea 14GB data offer, and the no cost EMI offer are all applicable on the purchase of this smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy On7 has a Rs .700 discount, and is priced at Rs. 8,290. Exchange offer of up to Rs. 7,500 and the Idea data offer are applicable on this smartphone. Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy On5 has a flat discount of Rs. 1,500, and is available for Rs. 7,490. Exchange offer of up to Rs. 7,000 is also available on this smartphone.
As mentioned, Flipkart is also hosting a TV Days Sale, where all Axis Bank debit and credit card holders can avail an instant 10 percent discount, over and above the deals offered. There are exchange offers, price cuts, and other freebies bundled with many TV sets. Flipkart has also lauded awards like the TV of the year, Best Debut, Critics Choice, and more; for giving users a better understanding in making a purchase decision. All TV sets part of the sale can be found here.
Flipkart on Monday separately announced that it has managed to raise a whopping $1.4 billion (approximately Rs. 9,030 crores) - the largest fund-raising yet for an Indian startup - from a consortium of investors, namely Tencent, eBay, and Microsoft. The investment by eBay is accompanied by a strategic commercial agreement with Flipkart. In exchange for an equity stake in Flipkart, eBay is making a cash investment in and selling its eBay.in business to Flipkart. eBay.in will continue to operate as an independent entity as a part of Flipkart.