The marketplace to also provide No Cost EMI and a chance to win an iPhone 7 for free*.
India’s leading hyper-local mobile marketplace, Zopper has announced the pre-booking of the latest offering by Apple, iPhone 7 & 7 Plus at its online platform. The pre-booking starts from the 22nd of September. Consumers can choose to book the phone with Zopper No Cost EMI, that offers the consumers a hassle free booking experience with zero down-payment, zero processing fees and no interest burden. Zopper is one of the first few ecommerce platforms to offer pre-booking on the iPhone 7 in partnership with The Mobile Store. Not only this, Zopper will be also be giving a chance to all who pre-book the new smartphone to win a free iPhone 7.
The delivery of the iPhone will be done by Zopper within 24 hours, in association with The Mobile Store on the first day of the phone’s India launch on October 7th.
The new iPhone comes in two variants similar to the iPhone 6, and with a host of new features under the hood. The camera has received a substantial upgrade with the iPhone 7 Plus sporting a dual camera. It captures images at 2x Optical Zoom and 10x Digital Zoom helping users capture long distance shots. All variants will also be dust and water resistant. In addition, Apple has also introduced two new finishes for the iPhone 7 – Black and Jet black. The new iPhones are faster, smoother, and better suited to a modern lifestyle.
Commenting on the announcement, Mr Neeraj Jain,CEO &Co-founder, Zopper, said “Since everyone is awaiting the launch of iPhone 7 in India, we are delighted to provide our users with a chance of pre-ordering the same. The development extends a golden opportunity to iPhone lovers to become the proud owners of the latest offering, whilst also enjoying a chance to win the feature-laden smartphone, free of cost. To facilitate the process, we are also providing no-cost EMIs zero down-payment, zero processing fees and no interest burden. It will be a great opportunity for all Apple fans as they can make the best of this offer.”