Vivo V11 Pro Available at Rs 4,299 Down Payment on Airtel Online Store With Bundled Postpaid Plan

Bharti Airtel has brought the latest mid-range Vivo V11 Pro to its Online Store and offering it via monthly EMI payment option. Airtel is offering the V11 Pro at a down payment of Rs 4,299 and a user has to pay a monthly EMI of Rs 2,349 for 12 months. Airtel also bundles the myPlan Infinity postpaid plan of Rs 799 which gives a user 100GB of data, unlimited voice calls, free Amazon Prime subscription and free Handset Damage Protection every month. Airtel Online Store also has other latest smartphones such as the Oppo F9 Pro and Samsung Galaxy Note 9. At the moment, this offer from Airtel is available only for postpaid users, but the company might make the offer available for prepaid as well in the near future.


How to Get Vivo V11 Pro by Paying Rs 4,299 Down Payment?

Firstly, do make a note that a user has to purchase the device on Airtel Online Store. For the unaware, Airtel created a dedicated Online Store to offer various smartphones under the EMI scheme. As part of the same, the telco has brought in various smartphones ranging from Apple iPhone X to Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to its Online Store. And the latest entrant to the Online Store is Vivo V11 Pro.

Airtel has listed the Starry Night Black and Dazzling Gold colour options of the Vivo V11 Pro on its Online Store. For users looking to purchase the V11 Pro, they have make a down payment of Rs 4,299 and Airtel will deliver the handset at your doorstep. After the down payment, users will be required to pay an amount of Rs 2,349 for the next 12 months, and this EMI amount also includes the Airtel postpaid plan. For the unaware, the V11 Pro comes in a single 6GB RAM and 64GB storage model priced at Rs 25,990.

Airtel Postpaid Plan of Rs 799 Will Be Given to Users: Benefits and Details

As mentioned, the monthly EMI amount also includes that of the myPlan Infinity Postpaid plan of Rs 799. Under this postpaid plan, Airtel is offering 100GB of data with Data Carry Forward facility, unlimited voice calls without any FUP limit and 100 SMS per day every month. Furthermore, the postpaid plan from Airtel also gives a user free Amazon Prime subscription and free Handset Damage Protection under Airtel Secure programme.

Vivo V11 Pro: Specifications and Features

Vivo launched the V11 Pro smartphone earlier this month at a price of Rs 25,990. And for that price, it’s a stellar offering as it packs in-display fingerprint scanner, Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset, 6GB of RAM, Dual Pixel Autofocus cameras and a 25MP selfie shooter. The V11 Pro is armed with a 3400mAh battery with Dual-Engine fast charging technology.

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QaisNikhil Mumbai-Punetri_vis Recent comment authors
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(2349 * 12 ) + 4299 D.P. = 32487 which.provides handset and benefits of Rs. 799 plan.

Now direct purchase of phone Rs. 25990 + (799 * 12) = 35578 Rs.

So if one wants to use postpaid plan and want to purchase ViVo v11 pro, the deal is beneficial by Rs. 3091.

Nikhil Mumbai-Pune
Nikhil Mumbai-Pune

Who will buy this once Realme 2 Pro comes out?


People obviously

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