As per the company's offer, one will have to buy the smartphone at Rs 2,899 and will have to recharge their new or existing Vodafone numbers with a minimum denomination of Rs 150 every month for three years.
The buyer will get a cashback of Rs 900 at the end of 18 months and a cash back or Rs 1,000 after the next 18 months in Vodafone M-Pesa wallet, thereby making the effective price of the handset Rs 999.
"This partnership with Vodafone will bring in the next phase of smartphone adoption by helping consumers to upgrade from feature phones to smartphones," said Rahul Sharma, co-founder, Micromax, in a statement.
"We want to give superior device experience in an affordable way and the Bharat range is a testimony of the same, having already sold more than two million handsets," he added.
The phone is powered by Spreadtrum SC9832 1.3Ghz quad-core processor coupled with 512 MB RAM and 4 GB internal storage. On the display front, the phone has a 4-inch WVGA screen. There is a 2 MP rear camera and 0.3 MP front-facing camera.
The handset runs Android Marshmallow operating system (OS) and is powered by 1300mAh battery. The smartphone will be available at stores and Vodafone stores from the first week of November.
Published Date: Oct 23, 2017 08:20 pm | Updated Date: Oct 23, 2017 08:20 pm