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Motorola 5G Smartphone is available for just Rs 699, take advantage of the offer immediately

Flipkart’s Big Saving Days Sale is over. Now Moto Days Sale has started, whose last day is today. During the sale, huge discounts are being given on Motorola smartphones. Great discounts are also available on 5G phones in the cell. Motorola’s most explosive 5G phone can be bought for just Rs.699. Surprisingly, bank offer is not included in this. With the help of trade in, the phone can be bought cheaply. Let’s tell how…

MOTOROLA G62 5G Offers & Discounts

The launching price of MOTOROLA G62 5G (128 GB) is Rs 21,999, but is available on Flipkart for Rs 14,999. That is, a discount of 31 percent is being given on the phone. There is a great exchange offer on the phone, which will further reduce the price of the phone.

MOTOROLA G62 5G Exchange Offer

An exchange offer of Rs 14,300 is available on MOTOROLA G62 5G. If you exchange your old smartphone then you will get this much off. But the exchange of Rs 14,300 will be available only when the condition of your old phone is good and the model is latest. If you manage to get the complete off then the price of the phone will be Rs 699.Oppo Latest News: Discount of Rs 14,300 on Oppo F19 5g! 48MP camera available, see details here

MOTOROLA G62 5G Bank Offer

If you do not want to exchange the phone, then there is also a bank offer. If you use Federal Bank’s credit or debit card to buy the phone, then you will get a discount of Rs 750. That is, full 10 percent offer is being given. After that the price will be Rs 14,249. MOTOROLA G51 Offer: Buy MOTOROLA G51 smartphone under Rs15,000, know what are the special offers

Shyamu Maurya
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