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Xiaomi SmartPhones to be Available on Paytm Soon

Avail attractive discounts on Xiaomi at Paytm!

Paytm Selling Xiaomi

Renowned Chinese mobile brand, Xiaomi, including its latest model, Mi Max will be available for purchase on Paytm from July 13. Now, buying Xiaomi will not only be limited on ecommerce portals like Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal.

As a part of the strategic alliance, Mi India will open a brand store on Paytm to create a smartphone and accessories portfolio. Some of Xiaomi’s models include Xiaomi’s Mi 5, Redmi Note 3, Redmi 2 Prime and Redmi 2, which can be purchased on Paytm. These models are already available for purchase.

Amit Bavaria, Vice President of Paytm aims to bring the latest offering on its ecommerce platform for Indian consumers. Soon, Xiaomi’s other products like Mi Power Banks and wireless speakers will be available to buy on Paytm.

Why to buy Xiaomi on Paytm?

Like always, Paytm offers best deals and offers on products. Xiaomi is no different. You can avail cashback and free Mi Bands on purchase of these Chinese smartphones. In this way, it is creating a strong customer base for its app.

Do you think Xiaomi sale through Paytm would scale up? Kindly comment below.

Takeaways:

  • As a part of the strategic alliance, Mi India will open a brand store on Paytm to create a smartphone and accessories portfolio.
  • Some of Xiaomi’s models include Xiaomi’s Mi 5, Redmi Note 3, Redmi 2 Prime and Redmi 2, which can be purchased on Paytm.
  • You can avail cashback and free Mi Bands on purchase of these Chinese smartphones.

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