Mumbai, Oct 16: For all the iPhone lovers out there, Bharti Airtel has an amazing deal. The Bharti Airtel is offering Apple iPhone 7 at a down payment of Rs 7,777 and 24 monthly instalments of Rs 2,499 each through its online store. The Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus come with Airtel postpaid plan which offers 30 GB data, unlimited calling (local, STD, national roaming), and Airtel secure package that covers the device against any physical damage and offers cyber protection, the telecommunication company said.
“Airtel’s online store went live today with Apple’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus variants and the company plans to add devices from all leading brands to the store’s offerings in the near future… The iPhone 7 (32 GB) is available at a down payment of just Rs 7,777 and 24 monthly instalments of Rs 2,499,” Airtel said in a statement. The offer is announced as the online store of Airtel went live today.
The online store is part of Airtel’s Project Next in which the company has plans to invest up to Rs 2,000 crore to enhance reach and interaction with consumers. It has partnered with Apple Inc, HDFC Bank, Clix Capital, Seynse Technologies, Brightstar Telecommunications and Vulcan Express for schemes available at the online store. “Not only are we making it easier for millions of customers to upgrade to devices they always wanted, we are also making the entire process seamless and simple through digital technologies,” Bharti Airtel Global CIO and Director Engineering Harmeen Mehta
“Not only are we making it easier for millions of customers to upgrade to devices they always wanted, we are also making the entire process seamless and simple through digital technologies,” Bharti Airtel Global CIO and Director Engineering Harmeen Mehta was quoted as saying.
Apple unveiled successor of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus on September 16 last year. Apple iPhone 7 Plus, with a bigger screen and higher price, shipped 17.4 million units for second place and 5 per cent market-share worldwide in first quarter of 2017, according to market research firm Strategy Analytics.