Vodafone has recently partnered with Micromax to launch its upcoming 4G smartphone the Bharat-2 Ultra. It Is the second time Micromax has partnered with any network operator. Earlier Micromax partnered with BSNL to launch its Bharat 1 4G feature phone. Many companies are coming up with their partnership with network operators to take on the Jiophone. Airtel has partnered with Karbonn for its upcoming 4G smartphone phone, the A40 Indian whose effective price is 1399/- over three years same as Jio. The Vodafone Phone’s effective rate is 999/- INR over the same period. The BSNL Micromax partnered Bharat-1, comes with unlimited data and calling and has a lower effective price than the Jiophone.
Existing Vodafone customers and new customers can buy the Bharat 2 ultra at a price of Rs.2899. They have to recharge it with minimum 150 rupees per month for three years. The recharges can be of any denomination as long as the total amount per month is Rs.150. At the end of first 18 months, the company will offer cashback of Rs.900. And at the period of the next 18 months, the company will provide cashback of RS.1000. Users will receive the cashback in the Vodafone M-Pesa wallets. They can transact digitally or withdraw the money as per their convenience. It is similar to Airtel’s downpayment but with a smaller 1500 rupees cashback.
Micromax Bharat 2 ultra Specs
- 4-inch WVGA display
- Quad-core Spreadtrum SC9832 processor clocked at 1.3GHz coupled with 512MB RAM
- 4GB of storage
- 2-megapixel rear camera and a 0.3-megapixel front camera
- scene detection, frame mode, and burst shots
- Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- 1300mAh battery
Avneesh Khosla, Associate Director Consumer Business, Vodafone India said, “We are delighted to partner with Micromax to democratize the 4G smartphones at a never before price of under Rs. 999. This will help fulfill the aspirations of several million phone users across the country who desire a smartphone but couldn’t afford one. It will also encourage current non-users of 4G to upgrade and enjoy a richer user experience with Vodafone SuperNet 4G.”
Rahul Sharma, Co-founder, Micromax, “This partnership with Vodafone will help bring in the next phase of smartphone adoption by hand-holding consumers to upgrade them from feature phones to smartphones. We believe that greater device affordability and low-cost data packs will drive increased smartphone adoption, as there is still a huge gap.”
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