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This is the right time to buy a smartphone, you can get up to Rs 13,000 off on 5 smartphones in this cell, see details.

New Delhi: Consumers now have a great opportunity to buy new smartphones cheaply. The Big Bachat Dhamal Sale has started on Flipkart today, April 1, in which all kinds of products can be bought at very low prices. You can also buy cheap smartphones in this cell. Today we are going to tell you about five such smartphones. Which you can buy for less than one thousand rupees. It has a first name Vivo Y21 Of. The Vivo Y21 is priced at Rs 13,990 at the Flipkart sale. If you take full advantage of the exchange offers available in this deal, you can save up to Rs 13,000 and buy this Vivo phone for Rs 900.

Redmi Note 10T 5G:

Redmi’s 5G smartphone is being sold at Rs 13,999 instead of Rs 16,999. You can save up to Rs 13,000 by buying this smartphone in exchange for your old one. After taking full advantage of this offer, you can purchase Remi Note 10T 5G for Rs.

Samsung Galaxy A03:

The Samsung Galaxy A03, priced at Rs 14,499, is being sold at Rs 11,999 after a 17% discount at Flipkart Sale. If you take full advantage of the exchange offer included in this deal, you can save up to Rs 11,450 and buy Samsung Galaxy A03 for Rs 549.

Poco M3 Pro 5G:

The Poco M3 Pro 5G can be purchased from Flipkart for Rs 14,499. The base price of the phone is Rs 15,999. If you pay with Flipkart Axis Bank credit card you will get 5% cashback and if you get the full benefit of the exchange offer, you will save Rs. 13,000. All in all, you can buy this Poco 5G phone for Rs 774.

Oppo A54:

The Oppo A54 is selling at Rs 14,990. But, you can buy Oppo A54 from Flipkart for Rs 13,990 after 6% discount. You can save up to Rs 13,000 by buying an Oppo A54 in exchange for your old smartphone. If you get the full benefit of this deal, you can buy this Oppo phone for Rs.

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