Lava – Vodafone 900 Cash Back Makes the Captain N1 Feature Phone Effectively Free for Buyers

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Lava Mobiles have partnered with Vodafone to offer a festive cash back for all feature phone buyers. Lava is a leading smartphone and feature phone manufacturers in the country and Vodafone is one of India’s largest 4G service providers. The company is offering 900/- in cash back benefits for users with prepaid Vodafone connections.

The cash back offer has made Lava’s Captain N1 feature phone virtually free for buyers, since the device retails at around 900/- or less on online platforms. By availing the cash back offer from Lava Mobiles, you can actually make a profit by buying a mobile phone.

Cash Back Offer Explained

After buying a Lava Feature Phone with the cash back offer, customers will have to recharge their Vodafone number with 100/- or more per month. The eligible customers will receive 50/- in cash back for the next 18 months. Customers can recharge on any given day in their recharge cycle to avail this offer. The last day to enlist for offer benefits is 31 October 2017.

Lava’s product head, Gaurav Nigam explains the company’s move, “It is that time of the year when people wish to connect with each other more. This offer, we are sure, will add value to their festivities and help them get more out of their purchase. Users can avail 50/- Cash Back for a period of 18 months, which sums up to 900/-. And, that is equivalent to the cost of our Captain N1 feature phone thus making it eventually free for consumers. Customer centricity is at the core of LAVA and with this offer, we are certain to provide a valuable experience to our consumers.”

The Lava Captain N1 comes with a colour TFT display, long lasting battery life, and tactile buttons. It’s a robust and sturdily built phone which can be used to make those long phone calls which can drain your smartphone’s battery. The small and ergonomic form factor of Lava feature phones make them the best basic mobile phones available today.

Vodafone India also expressed their excitement with the new partnership. “We are happy to partner with LAVA to bring this pocket-friendly offering to our customers to enable them to make the most of their LAVA mobile. We are confident that the complimentary offerings from Vodafone will make the experience more seamless at affordable rates. This collaboration will enable our existing and prospective customers to make the most out of their new device purchase.” says Avneesh Khosla, the Associate Director for Consumer Business at Vodafone.

The offer is applicable on the entire existing Lava Feature Phone Portfolio consisting of following models- Captain N1, ARC 101, KKT 9s, Spark i7, ARC 105, KKT Pearl, Captain K1+, ARC One Plus, KKT 34 Power, KKT 40 Power+.

About Lava International

Lava is an Indian mobile phone company, offering smart products in Thailand, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Indonesia, Mexico, Middle East, and Russia. The company has recently partnered with the Egypt based Easy Group to explore African markets as well.

LAVA has been declared the most trusted smartphone brand in product quality and after sales service amongst all Indian brands by Silicon India. It also won the “Best Customer experience team of the year award” in consumer goods category of 9th Loyalty Awards & Customer Experience Awards conducted by Kamikaze B2B media. LAVA recently bagged the ‘Best Customer Service in Mobile Handset Company’ Award at the Golden Star Six Sigma Awards 2016-2017. To explore Lava products, click here.

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