07/04/2015 2:56 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST

Xiaomi Just Announced Its Partnership With Snapdeal And Amazon India, Ends Exclusivity Deal With Flipkart


Xiaomi India has announced two partnership deals that ends its exclusive agreement with Flipkart, in a bid to reach more consumers across the country.

Xiaomi devices will be listed on Snapdeal and Amazon India on April 8th, adding its tally of five retail channel partners — having previously tied up with The Mobile Store and Airtel to sell its phones offline.

#MiFanFest — Namaste, India! We’re bringing you exciting news from the Mi India team. 1) Starting tomorrow, 8 April, we’re adding two more partner channels that you can purchase from — Snapdeal and Amazon India. This means you can now purchase your favourite Mi products from Flipkart, Snapdeal and Amazon India online, and The Mobile Store and Airtel if you prefer to buy in stores.2) To celebrate our 5th birthday, we are having a one-day only discount of Rs. 2000 for all our Mi 4 models (16GB @ Rs 17,999 and 64GB @ Rs. 21,999), to thank you for your support. This offer is valid from 12 noon to 12 midnight on 8 April only.Share this piece of amazing news with your friends, and we’ll have more information on other promotions shortly.

Posted by Mi India on Tuesday, 7 April 2015

"We are glad to give Mi fans more options to purchase Mi products. We are truly excited to be working with a variety of partners and expect these partnerships to be super successful.”said Manu Jain, Head of India Operations, Mi India, in an official statement.

To celebrate their fifth birthday, Xiaomi will also be having a one-time only discount of Rs 2,000 on Mi 4 models tomorrow. Xiaomi will also be bundling Mi In-Ear headphones or the 5200 mAH Mi Power Bank with the Redmi Note 4G for free, and retail the Mi Pad and Redmi 2 without registration on Flipkart, Snapdeal and Amazon. The offer goes live at 12 noon and will be open till 12 midnight on Wednesday.

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