Amazon Brings Fab Phone Fest

Amazon Brings Fab Phone Fest

The Fab Phone Fest to offer EMI options at no cost and exchange offers on many smartphones.

Amazon will host a sale only for mobile devices starting from Monday, June 10 till Thursday, June 13. The e-commerce site calls it the Fab Phone Fest, where it will offer EMI options at no cost and exchange offers on many smartphones. The biggest deals will be on the OnePlus 6T, iPhone X, Huawei P30 Pro and Samsung Galaxy M30. There will be a drop in the price of a series of low-cost smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy M20, Honor 9N, Redmi 7 and more. Mobile accessories will also be listed at reduced prices.

The Amazon Fab Phone Fest will sell the OnePlus 6T 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant for just Rs. 27,999. Currently, it is selling for Rs. 32,999. Samsung Galaxy M30 will also be available for just Rs. 14,990 with EMI at no cost and exchange offers also. The price of the Samsung Galaxy M30 in India actually starts from Rs. 14.990 for the 4GB RAM / 64GB base built into the storage variant, going up to Rs. 17,990 for the built-in storage variant of 6GB of RAM / 128GB. The iPhone X price will also be slashed and sold with EMI options at no cost.

The discount and exchange offer list will also include cheap smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy M20. The Honor 9N, Vivo Y91i, Redmi 6A, Mi A2 4GB, Redmi 7 and Oppo A5 prices to be slashed during the Fab Phone Fest.

Amazon notes that the Galaxy Note 9, the Vivo Nex, the Huawei P30 Pro and the Oppo R17 prices also will be slashed. It has not specified the exact amount of discount on each phone but says that the discounted price will be accompanied by an exchange offer for a greater reduction in the overall cost.

Amazon also points out that the best EMI options at no cost will be offered in Nokia 8.1, Honor View 20, Vivo V15 Pro and Oppo F11 Pro. In addition, there will also be discounts on the list of accessories, covers for mobile phones, protectors of the double screen and more. Amazon has listed all offers on a dedicated page on their site for the Fab Phone Fest.

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