Motorola India and Flipkart are commemorating the two-year anniversary of their partnership with offers that are valid until stocks last or till the offer ends. Interested consumers can head to Flipkart website as well as mobile app to get new offers only on Moto devices.
To start off, the popular budget Moto E (Gen 2) 3G, priced at Rs. 5,999, is now available with an exchange offer that gives up to Rs. 2,000 off. The Moto E (Gen 2) 4G, priced at Rs. 6,999, is now available with an exchange offer of up to Rs. 3,000 off. The Moto G (Gen 3) 16GB model, priced at Rs. 10,999, has Rs. 500 off, and an additional exchange offer that gives up to Rs. 6,000 off. The Moto G Turbo Edition, priced at Rs. 11,999, will be getting a Rs. 500 discount , as well as an exchange offer with up to Rs. 5,000 off.
The Moto X Play is available with a Rs. 500 discount as well as consumers will get a free Turbo charger. Additionally, interested consumers will get an exchange offer of up to Rs. 9,000 off. Notably, the 16GB model and 32GB model of the Moto X Play are priced at Rs. 16,999 and Rs. 18,499 respectively
The Motorola Moto X Style is available with a flat Rs. 3,000 discount and with an additional exchange offer of up to Rs. 15,000. Currently, the Moto X Style 16GB is available at Rs. 26,999 while the 32GB model at Rs. 28,999.
The recently unveiled Moto X Force is also available under exchange scheme offering up to Rs. 20,000 off. Notably, the 32GB model is available at Rs. 49,999 while the 64GB model at Rs. 53,999.
The discount offer is also available on Motorola’s new Moto 360 smartwatches. The entire Moto 360 (Gen 2) smartwatches have a flat Rs. 2,000 discount . The Moto 360 Gen 2 46 mm model for men is available at Rs. 21,999; the 42 mm model for Men is available at Rs. 17,999, and the 42 mm model for women smartwatch at Rs. 20,999.
Motorola India in a press statement has confirmed that the offer is only valid on Thursday and Friday. In addition to above offers, consumers can also get an additional 10 percent extra discount on every purchase made via State Bank of India (SBI) debit and credit cards.
After a long period of exclusivity, the Lenovo-owned company had last year announced that the Moto devices will be available via select Airtel stores alongside new e-commerce retail partners Snapdeal and Amazon, as well as Airtel stores.[“source-gadgets.ndtv”]