Xiaomi India reduces prices of your favourite Mi accessories

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Xiaomi India always known for its budget-friendly smartphones with high-quality hardware and intuitive software experience. Now, the company has brought down the prices of the official accessories at least by 20 percent, making them more affordable. Yes, this has nothing to do with any festival offers or any sale, however, this has been done as the GST council has announced a GST rate cut.

Here is the official product statement from the brand regarding the same:

“GST council announced a GST rate cut and it’s time we pass on the benefits to our beloved Mi Fans. Now you can get your favourite accessory at the price you have been dreaming of,”

So, here are the details on your favourite Xiaomi Mi accessories:

The 10,000 mAh capacity Xiaomi Mi power Bank 2 and the Xiaomi Mi Power Bank Pro (with USB type C port) were originally priced at ₹1,199 and ₹1,599, now after the price reduction, these power banks will be available for ₹1,099 and ₹1,499 only, making it a flat ₹100 cheaper. The 20,000 mAh Mi Power bank was originally priced at ₹2,199, now the same model is available for just ₹1,999 making a flat ₹200 rupees price cut.

On a contrary, Xiaomi India has also announced Xiaomi Mi Power bank 2i with 10,000 and 20,000 mAh capacity (i stands for India AKA Made in India) are priced at ₹799 and ₹1,499 making the above-mentioned power banks obsolete.

There has been a permanent price cut on the Xiaomi Mi charger and 1.2-meter data cable as well. The Mi power brick with 2 Amps and 5 volts was priced at ₹399 now available for ₹349. The 1.2 meter long micro USB + type C data cable (with dual USB type C and micro USB port) is now available for ₹249, instead of ₹299. So, there is a solid ₹50 rupees price different on these accessories. The standard micro USB data cable retails for ₹179 instead of ₹199 (original price tag).

There are certain offers on the cases and the screen protectors as well. For example, the hard case for the Xiaomi Redmi 4 was originally priced at ₹449, now the same case is available for ₹349. The newly improved case for the Xiaomi Redmi Y1 is now available for ₹349, instead of the original price ₹399.

Even the flip case for the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 accessories have seen at least ₹50 rupees price cut, making it a great deal. Finally, the Xiaomi Mi Business backpack, which was originally launched at ₹1,499 price tag is now available for ₹1,299.

All these new prices are already applicable on Mi.com. So, go and check their inventory for the further information.

So, what do you think about this move? Does the companies with the transparent policy will grow quicker than other brands? Share your views in the comments below.

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