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Amazon India Announces Diwali Special Sale- Great Indian Festival

The special sale will start from midnight on October 21 till 11.59 p.m. on October 25

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Amazon Prime members can grab great deals first with exclusive early access from 12 a.m. on October 20. Pixabay

Amazon India on Saturday announced the Great Indian Festival – Diwali Special sale which will bring deals and offers on a wide range of items, including smartphones, laptops, cameras, large appliances, kitchen products and more.

The special sale will start from midnight on October 21 till 11.59 p.m. on October 25.

Prime members can grab great deals first with exclusive early access from 12 a.m. on October 20.

During the sale, users can enjoy deals on brands like Apple, Xiaomi, OnePlus, Samsung, Vivo, Honor and many more offers on latest Amazon Specials smartphones including OnePlus 7T, Samsung M30s and Vivo U10, the company said in a statement.

There will be up to 60 per cent off on appliances and TV’s with no-cost EMI, exchange offers and installation with free deliveries.

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During the sale, users can enjoy deals on brands like Apple, Xiaomi, OnePlus, Samsung, Vivo, Honor and many more offers on latest Amazon Specials smartphones. Pixabay

A consumer will also get a range of finance options from no-cost EMI on debit and credit cards, Bajaj Finserv cards and unlimited reward points on Amazon Pay and ICICI credit card.

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Additionally, there will be offers on top products such as LG (43) 4K Smart TV, Whirlpool Convertible Double Door Refrigerator, Samsung Fully Automatic top load washing machines and the newly launched Sanyo Kaizen Android Smart TV and more. (IANS)

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In India, One in Three Smartphone User Shops Using M-Commerce Platforms: Survey

According to market research firm techARC, the survey was conducted online with 500 users

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The trend of "casual" m-commerce is not high on mature platforms. Users are repetitively buying from credible m-commerce platforms. For leaders like Flipkart and Amazon, casual shoppers were just under 15 per cent. Pixabay

One in every three smartphone user shops through m-commerce platforms in India and Flipkart and Amazon India are emerging as leading platforms while Club Factory is growing fast as an alternative, said a new survey on Wednesday.

According to market research firm techARC, the survey was conducted online with 500 users. The demographics selected was of age group of 18 and above, who owned a smartphone for more than a year.

“While Flipkart and Amazon lead as the most engaged platforms, new entrant Club Factory is growing up fast among Challengers. The other platforms are not able to garner much attention, primarily due to their limited offerings which makes them as niche m-commerce platforms,” Faisal Kawoosa, Founder and Chief Analyst, techARC, said in a statement.

Urban locations are leading in m-Commerce with 34.8 per cent users having shopped over these platforms, but rural is also catching up fast as 30.3 per cent of users in the rural areas have purchased a product using m-commerce.

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One in every three smartphone user shops through m-commerce platforms in India and Flipkart and Amazon India are emerging as leading platforms while Club Factory is growing fast as an alternative. Pixabay

The trend of “casual” m-commerce is not high on mature platforms. Users are repetitively buying from credible m-commerce platforms. For leaders like Flipkart and Amazon, casual shoppers were just under 15 per cent.

Eighty nine per cent of users install the m-commerce apps of their choice through the respective app stores of the smartphones they use. Only 5 per cent discover a platform pre-installed on their Smartphones.

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The market is almost evenly spread between shoppers buying regularly once in a month, users purchasing on need basis and buyers triggered by offers and promotions. This is a major shift in the motivation for buying online where offers and discounts are not the only triggers. (IANS)