Here’s How You Can Pre-Order the iPhone X With A Massive Discount Of 70%


Apple iPhone X is expensive. No second thoughts on that. And it finally went on pre-orders in India.

Though the response was overwhelming but the price surely has put a dent over even the a richer guy’s large pocket.

See it yourself- shelling out 1 Lakh for a smartphone, surely require some good guts to keep you going.

But there is a way that you can get the flagship Apple for a whopping discount 70% as well.

How? Here’s how:

The first criteria is to either buy the iPhone X online from Amazon or offline from Reliance Digital stores.

And the second criteria is that you have to be a Jio user. If you fulfill these 2 criteria, you can opt the offer via the My Jio app.

Reliance Jio is giving the same 70% buyback offer on iPhone X in same way it gave on the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

The 70% buyback offer is available from November 3 to December 31, 2017.

The offer will be applicable for both new and existing Reliance Jio subscribers.

The buyers who will opt for the offer will have to recharge their Reliance Jio connections with Rs 799 or above for the period of 12 months or they can also make a yearly payment of Rs 9,999.

Under the Rs 799 plan from Reliance Jio, the users will get unlimited calling and 3GB data per day for the period of 28 days.

However, the customers must know, that in an iPhone upgrade program and the users have to return the device after the period of one year.

Apple iPhone X comes with a starting price tag of Rs 89,000 and can be opted in two color variants: Space Grey and Silver each with the storage options of 128GB and 256GB.

It is the first iPhone to sport an OLED display with Dolby Vision and HDR10 support. The iPhone sports a Super Retina edge-to-edge 5.8-inch display with 2436 x 1125 pixels resolution.

The smartphone runs iOS 11 and is powered by company’s A11 Bionic chipset. It is also the first iPhone which comes with facial recognition FaceID feature. The FaceID has replaced Apple’s trademark TouchIDs fingerprint which made their debut in iPhones in 2013. The company claims that FaceID is powered by TrueDepth camera system on the front.