Smartphone vendor LG on Saturday announced exchange offer for LG G2, and free cover with LG G Pro Lite Dual device in India.
As per the buyback offer, which is advertised in select media in Delhi, LG is offering around Rs 7,000 exchange value for buying LG G2 smartphone.
The effective price of LG G2 with 16 GB version will be Rs 34,500 in India. The original price was Rs 41,500.
The effective price of LG G2 with 32 GB version will be Rs 37,500. The original price was Rs 44,500 without the exchange offer.
Along with LG G2, the company is also offering free flip case worth Rs 1,000.
Meanwhile, LG G Pro Lite Dual device will be available with a free jelly cover. The price of LG G Pro Lite Dual device in India is Rs 20,490.
This is a limited period offer. LG is trying to sell more smartphones during the Republic Day celebration.
In advertisements, Lenovo also shared a new campaign to promote its Lenovo Vibe X phones. But the company does not have any buyback or EMI offers, as per the advertisement.
Samsung is also active with its exchange offer for Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S4 mini.
Galaxy Grand 2 smartphone, the latest smartphone from the Korean device vendor, is also coming with EMI options.
Sony is also promoting Xperia range.
Apple did not announce any buyback offer for iPhone 4, its old phone, and the final price is Rs 22,900 in the Indian mobile phone market which is dominated by Samsung. Apple is re-launching its old phone at a time when Samsung announced the arrival of Galaxy Grand 2 across the country.
But Nokia, which will be sold to Microsoft, is absent from promotions.
Also, BlackBerry does not have any new offers.
The industry observes that there is no cut in the price of smartphones. The main promotion tool for these smartphone vendors are EMI options and exchange schemes.