Snapdeal Snap Diwali Sale: price cuts on smartphones below 5,000

LG Spirit, iVoomi Z1, iVoomi iPro, iVoomi i2 on offer

Snapdeal Snap Diwali Sale

MUMBAI: Snapdeal’s 3-day Snap Diwali sale begins today.  The sale has deals on affordable smartphones under Rs 5000. A range of colour feature phones starting 299 will also be available on sale.

Here are the top mobile deals in the Snap Diwali Sale:

The LG Spirit is listed at a price of Rs 3404. Outside of the sale deals, the phone is priced starting at Rs. 13,500. Its a basic smartphone with 8MP rear camera and 1.3GHz quad-core processor.

There is also a range of iVoomi phones on discount. These include iVoomi iPro, iVoomi Z1, and iVoomi i2 lite. iVoomi iPro is listed at Rs 2499 for the 16gb variant and will be available in platinum gold colour. The iVoomi Z1 will go on sale for Rs 4199. The phone has 13 MP rear camera and 5 MP front camera. iVoomi i2 lite is discounted for Rs 4999. It has a great battery capacity of 4000mAh. 

The sale will also see colour feature phones starting for as low as Rs 299. Popular ones include flap phone Blackbear i7 trio priced at Rs 1369, game phone Muphone M210, and iKall K14 priced at Rs 299.

Power banks in 10,000 mAh will cost as low as Rs 429. Screen magnifier is the most popular mobile accessory on Snapdeal. It can enlarge the smartphone screen up to 4 times for a better viewing experience. It's available for Rs 369. 

Snapdeal has attractive bank offers of up to 25% on phones and accessories. Punjab National Bank users get a 25% discount. Rupay and Bank of Baroda card users can avail up to a 20% discount. Federal Bank and RBL card users also get up to 15% off. MobiKwik users get a 15% supercash.

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