iPhone X sales: Airtel online store to lure postpaid users with offers

Bharti Airtel today said it will offer iPhone X and its most expensive version from November 3 exclusively to postpaid customers through its online store.

"iPhone X will go on sale on Airtel's newly launched Online Store starting 6 pm, November 3, 2017. Airtel's Online Store will be amongst the select digital platforms in India to retail iPhone X, which has seen unprecedented customer demand across the world ahead of its sale," the company said in a statement.

The iPhone X comes in an all-glass design with a 5.8-inch display, wireless charging and dual 12 MP rear camera with dual optical image stabilisation.

"We are delighted to offer the most advanced iPhone on our Online Store and give our postpaid customers in India an opportunity to be amongst the select few globally to get the much awaited iPhone X," Bharti Airtel, Director for consumer business and CMO Raj Pudipeddi said.

The price of the premium mobile device varies based on its storage capacity. iPhone X 64 GB model is priced at Rs 89,000 and the 256 GB model at Rs 102,000.

"Customers purchasing iPhone X using Citibank Credit Cards will get a cashback of Rs 10,000. The cashback offer will be available between 6 pm, November 3, 2017 and 7 am, November 4, 2017," the statement said.

Only postpaid customers of Airtel are eligible for buying the phone.

"Airtel prepaid and non-Airtel customers can upgrade to Airtel postpaid to be eligible for the purchase," the company said.

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