Vivo NEX and Vivo V9 will be up for sale at Rs 1,947 between August 7 and 9

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The Independence Day is just around the corner and Vivo has something special lined up for you starting August 7. Kicking off its Vivo Freedom Carnival a week before August 15, the smartphone maker would have lucrative offers for its latest NEX and V9 smartphones. These offers include discounts, cashbacks, and coupon deals. But the highlight of the upcoming carnival is that its latest smartphones would be available for sale at just Rs 1,947.

Yes, you have read that correctly!

The new NEX and V9 will go on flash sale on the company’s online store. Note that while these two phones are exclusively available on Amazon India’s website, the flash sale would be conducted on the company’s e-commerce store.

What is the timing of the flash sales?

The Vivo Freedom Carnival flash sale for phones and accessories starts at 12 PM for all the three days. It will continue till stocks last.

What are the highlights of the Vivo carnival sale?

Apart from getting a chance to own NEX and V9 for as low as Rs 1,947. There would be accessories including USB cables and earphones up for sale for as low as Rs 72. Further, on the purchase of the NEX, V9, and X21 smartphones, users will be receiving a Bluetooth speaker worth Rs 1200 for free.

On a select smartphone, the maximum cashback that can be availed is Rs 4000. Vivo would be offering ZERO cost EMI scheme on all Vivo smartphones that are currently available in its line-up. Notably, Vivo would be issuing coupons of up to Rs 3000 on purchase of accessories, and smartphones. These coupons can be redeemed on the company’s online store on select products. 

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