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Motorola announces attractive price cut for Moto E4, Moto G5, Moto M, and Moto Z2 Play in India

12 October 2017, 02:32 | Justin Tyler

Motorola Diwali discounts: Moto Z2 Play at Rs 24999, Moto M at Rs 12999, Moto E4 at Rs 8199 and more

Motorola Special Diwali Offer: These Moto Smartphones prices slashed for a limited period

The company announced the discounts through its official Twitter account on the following smartphones - Moto E4, Moto M, Moto Z2 Play, and Moto G5.

The Moto G5S Plus is a special edition of the Moto G5 Plus, which brings a slightly larger display, a tad bit more RAM (at least in the 32GB model) and also a dual-camera setup. It is a limited period discount offer and comes bundled with Jio data offer and easy EMI offers. The Moto M price has been slashed by Rs 4,000 and will be available at Rs 12,999, from its Rs 16,999 price tag. It has to be noted that the Moto Diwali special offer is valid only when you buy the devices from offline stores. Check here all the Diwali offers on Moto Smartphones. The Moto M has seen a price cut.

These Special Diwali Offer discounts and deals are only available from offline stores and will be valid from October 14 to October 21. Apart from the discounts, users can avail benefits on their network as well. So you can buy the smartphones from online or offline as you may like. It is originally priced at Rs 29,999.


The Diwali discounts will only be applicable on offline purchases. Moto has revealed that there are certain offers from Reliance Jio bundled with the sale. The Moto E4 was Rs 800 to Rs 8,199 from the price of Rs 8,999.

Motorola is also offering EMI schemes from two of its partners - Bajaj Finserv and Home Credit. The original price of Moto G5 smartphone is Rs.12,599 and under the Moto Diwali Offer it can be purchased in just Rs.10,999. Buyers of its phones can get up to 100GB extra 4G data for free, but more details in this regard have not been revealed yet.



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