Quite a decent offer!
The widespread budget smartphone Xiaomi Redmi 5A is available with cash back and card discounts at the Big Bazaar offline retail stores during the Republic’s day of sale. The 2GB RAM variant of Xiaomi Redmi 5A was launched in India at RS. 4,999 and was accessible through Flipkart, Mi.com, and Mi Home stores. The 3GB RAM variation was launched at Rs. 6,999, and before long, made accessible at other offline retailers with a slight markup on the retailer’s discretion. It now seems 2GB Ram variant is available in some retailers currently such as Big Bazaar at a price of up to 5,499. The buyers will get their discount by Future Pay Wallet cashback; a total cashback of Rs. 1,000 is relevant on a purchase, as well as an additional 10% discount valid on payment through credit cards and debit cards from Axis Bank. The offer is legitimate from January 22 to January 28 or until the point when stocks finish.
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Combined with this money and discounts, the Redmi 5A (2 GB RAM / 16 GB) storage capacity will be available at a compelling cost of around Rs. Rs.4,000. The Future Pay wallet cashback of Rs. 1,000 will be credited to the purchaser’s account in five monthly scheduled payments from February to June 2018. The maximum deduction of Rs. 500 (at retail price) will be applied to Axis bank credit and debit cards. This offer is valid only at the Big Bazaar stores.
The smartphone was provided offline through brick-and-mortar stores in late December last year. It has begun getting the MIUI 9.2 worldwide stable update.
To summarize the specs, the Xiaomi Redmi 5A comes with a 5-inch (720×1280 pixels) display. The phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 SOC, combined with 2/3GB of RAM and 16/32GB of inbuilt storage.
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It accompanies a 3000mAh battery in the engine. The phone also has a dedicated microSD card slot which can accept expandable storage up to 128GB.
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