4G Smartphone Rs 999 – Bharat 2 Ultra
One of the mobile handset company Micromax and one of the telecom company Vodafone join together to launch a new 4G smartphone named Bharat 2 Ultra 4G under Rs.999/-. 4G Smartphone Rs 999, it maybe because of Jio effect. Because Jio already published their advertisement for newly launching 4G smartphone at Rs.0. But have some conditions. The first time the user needs to pay Rs.1500/- as a security amount. Any time user can give it back to the company and the company also return the security amount to the user. Like that, Bharat 2 Ultra 4G has some conditions. Under the partnership of Micromax and Vodafone, Bharat 2 Ultra will be up for grabs at Rs 2,899, and users will get a cashback of Rs 1,900 at the end of 36 months or three years. So the user will have to pay a total sum of Rs 2,899 while purchasing the Micromax Bharat 2 Ultra 4G Smartphone. Bharat 2 Ultra , the 4G Smartphone Rs 999 will go on sale from November 2017.
Getting the cashback of Rs. 1900, users need to do Vodafone recharge at minimum Rs.150/- per month for the 36 months(3 years). The company says that if the user completing the first 18 months period, they will get the Rs. 900 to their M-Pesa wallet. And the remaining 1000 will be credited after completing another 18 months. So after completing the 36 months time period, the user will get the Rs 1900 cash back to their M-Pesa wallet. But the user must satisfy their terms and condition as minimum Vodafone recharge of Rs. 900 per month. Unlike other network providers, Vodafone has not launched any exclusive data and voice pack for the device. The Micromax Bharat 2 Ultra follows company’s Bharat 1 4G VoLTE feature, which was launched in paired with BSNL.
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The Micromax Co-Founder, Rahul Sharma said that “The Bharat-Series, has been aimed at an acquisition of the first generation smartphone users. This partnership with Vodafone will help bring in the next phase of smartphone adoption by hand-holding consumers to upgrade them from feature phones to smartphones. We believe that greater device affordability and low-cost data packs will drive increased smartphone adoption, as there is still a huge gap. At Micromax, we want to give superior device experience in an affordable way and Bharat range is a testimony of the same, having already sold more than 2 million handsets.”
And the Avneesh Khosla, who is the Associate Director, Consumer Business, Vodafone India said that “We are delighted to partner with Micromax to democratize the 4G smartphones at a never before price of under Rs 999. This will help fulfill the aspirations of several million phone users across the country who desire a smartphone but couldn’t afford one. It will also encourage current non-users of 4G to upgrade and enjoy a richer user experience with Vodafone SuperNet 4G.”