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Flipkart Dream Phone sale: iPhone 7 at Rs 42,499, Pixel at Rs 39,999, Moto Z at Rs 29,999 and more

India Today logo India Today 23-06-2017

Only few days are left for the roll out of the Good and Services Tax in India and online marketplace are making the most of this opportunity to sell gadgets which may become expensive after the tax roll out. After Amazon, Flipkart is selling iPhone 5s, 6, 6s, 6s plus, 7, Google Pixel and Moto Z at special discounts along with exchange offers and no cost EMI options from June 22 to June 24, 2017.

The company is bringing down the prices of all iPhones by at least Rs 2000. The highest in demand iPhone 7 Plus, 128 GB sees up to 25 per cent discount. In addition, iPhone 6 will is available in limited quantities in both 16GB and 32 GB variants at lower rates. Here is everything that Flipkart is giving under the Dream Phone sale.

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Apple iPhone 6S: Flipkart is giving a discount of up to 31 per cent on iPhone 6s. The 32GB variant of iPhone 6s which originally costs Rs 47,999 is available at Rs 32,999 while the 6s Plus (32GB)is selling at Rs 40,999 after a discount of 28 per cent on its original price of Rs 56,999. The Rose Gold variant of 6s Plus is selling at Rs 40,999 while there is up to Rs 15,000 off on the 128GB variant of 6s Plus. There is also no cost EMI and exchange offers available on Flipkart.

Apple iPhone 6: There is up to 15 per cent off on iPhone 6, lowering the price from Rs 30,700 to Rs 25,999 which looks like a decent deal. Also the company is giving up to Rs 15,000 off on the device with exchange.

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Apple iPhone 7: There is a discount of up to 29 per cent on iPhone 7, 32GB variant. The device originally costs Rs 60,000 on the site. There are EMI plans starting at Rs 2061 per month and again up to Rs 15,000 off with exchange. The 128GB variant will cost Rs 51,499 to the buyers if buying from the sale. The device without sale comes at Rs 70,000. EMI plan starts at Rs 2498 per month.

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The iPhone 7 Plus sees a discount of up to 22 per cent on its MRP of Rs 72,000. The device will cost buyers Rs 55,999 on the sale. EMI plans starts at Rs 2716 per month. The 128 GB variant of the 7 Plus will cost Rs 59,999 against its original price of Rs 82,000. The Jet Black variant is coming at Rs 51,499 after a 26 per cent discount at its original price of Rs 70,000. The iPhone 7 Plus, Gold, 256GB will cost Rs 74,999 while its original price is Rs 92,000.

Google Pixel: Flipkart is selling the 32GB variant of Google Pixel at Rs 39,999 while it originally costs Rs 57,000. There is also up to Rs 15,000 0ff on exchange and EMI plans starting at Rs1940 per month.

Buyers of Pixel XL need to pay Rs 49,999 for Pixel XL, 32GB variant. There is again Rs 15,000 off with exchange and no cost EMI plans available for the device. The Pixel XL, 128GB variant is selling at Rs 58,999 while its original price is Rs 76,000. There is up to Rs 15,000 off on exchange and EMI plans start at Rs 2425 per month. The 256GB variant of XL will cost Rs 58,999 after a discount of up to 22 per cent on its original price of Rs 76,000.

Moto Phones: Moto X Play is back in stock and is selling at Rs 13,499 on Flipkart sale. The phone originally costs Rs 18,499 and there is up Rs 12,500 with exchange. The EMI plans start at Rs 655 per month. There is up Rs 15,000 with exchange for phones like Moto Z2 Play, Moto X, X Style, G Turbo while up to Rs 17,000 off on Moto Z Style, Z Play and Moto Z.

Moto Z which originally costs Rs 39,999 sees a price cut of up to Rs 10,000 lowering the price to Rs 29,999. There is also up to Rs 17,000 on exchange and EMI plans start at Rs 1455 per month.

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