iVoomi, the Chinese smartphone brand which made headlines last year with its entry-level 4G smartphones today announced a strategic partnership with Reliance Jio. The partnership is basically for the JioFootball offer as the telecom operator is providing instant Rs 2,200 cashback on iVoomi’s 4G smartphones such as the iVoomi Me4, Me1 and Me5 (review). All the three smartphones were released last year. After the cashback, the effective price of the iVoomi Me4 comes down to Rs 1,099, and for that price, it offers 1GB of RAM and Android 7.0 Nougat. Notably, this cashback offer is also applicable to iVoomi’s latest launches- the i1 and i1S.
iVoomi is currently selling the Me4 smartphone for Rs 3,299, and after the cashback, it comes down to Rs 1,099. The Me1 and Me5 smartphones are available at Rs 3,599 and Rs 4,699 respectively, and with this offer, the effective price of both the phones becomes Rs 1,399 and Rs 2,499. Also, the iVoomi i1 will be up for an effective price of Rs 3,799, followed by the i1S at Rs 5,299.
Commenting on the new partnership, Mr Ashwin Bhandari, CEO, iVoomi, India says, “iVoomi is already known for its feature-rich, high quality, value for money smartphones. With the instant cashback offered by Reliance Jio on all iVoomi smartphones, we aim to make the 4G experience more accessible to the masses in the country. Therefore, it is a win-win situation for all the stakeholders.”
For the JioFootball offer, Reliance Jio has partnered with several brands such as Intex, Oppo, Vivo, etc. and providing up to Rs 2,200 cashback on select smartphones.
As part of the new JioFootball offer, Jio is giving 44 vouchers of Rs 50 to the customers whoever purchases the mentioned iVoomi smartphones and recharges with either the Rs 198 or Rs 299 plan. And the cashback can be used going forward, one at a time, against subsequent recharges of Rs 198 and Rs 299 Jio prepaid plans itself. Jivi Mobiles is also offering a 4G VoLTE supported smartphones at Rs 699.
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