“The Galaxy Note9 is the features a capacious 4,000mAh battery”
Samsung latest flagship, the Galaxy Note9 smartphone was unveiled at the global launch event on August 9th. Within no time, the brand announced that the phone will be available for pre-orders in India from August 10th to August 21st, while its actual sale starts from August 22nd. The handset has been priced at Rs 67,900 for the base variant and Rs 84,900 for the top-end 512GB storage model. Interestingly, there are several launch offers attached to the Galaxy Note9 that brings its ownership cost quite a bit. So if you are looking to get your hands on the brand’s latest offering, make sure to go through these offers to save on your hard-earned money.
Bharti Airtel’s Rs 7,900 offer on the Samsung Galaxy Note9
Bharti Airtel has partnered with the Samsung to sell the Galaxy Note9’s 128GB model on its online store across the country. Buyers can purchase the smartphone from the site by making a down payment of Rs 7,900. The rest of the phone’s cost can be paid over 24 instalments with a monthly postpaid plan of Rs 2,999.
Under the tariff, subscribers can avail 100GB free data, unlimited local / STD calls, subscription of Amazon Prime for a year, and the ability to access Airtel TV and Wynk Music for free. The telco will start delivering the device from August 22nd onward bundled with Airtel’s secure device protection.
Samsung’s smart upgrade offer on the Galaxy Note9
Samsung also has a bunch of offers for the Galaxy Note9 offering that will bring its effective cost down to as low as Rs 9,999. However, there’s a catch(es) here. First and foremost, the company is offering an ‘Upgrade bonus’ of Rs 6,000 if you buy the Note9 in the exchange offer with selected phones. Secondly, if you own the Galaxy Note8, you can sell it on Cashify and earn roughly Rs 34,000. The process will bring the net cost of the new Note9 down to Rs 27,900.
Further, the company is offering its Gear Sport smartwatch at Rs 4,999 to the customers pre-booking the Galaxy Note9. The wearable carries a price tag of Rs 22,900, which means customers can save Rs 17,901. If you calculate all the savings, then you’ll be able to get the Galaxy Note 9’s base model for an effective price of just Rs 9,999.
Separately, Samsung is also offering Rs 6,000 discount on the purchase of the smartphone via an HDFC card or Paytm Mall.