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Mi Pad tablet not part of India Diwali sale today

Today is the Diwali with Mi sale in India, which runs until October 19, which is this Wednesday, and included is an impressive lineup of products. However, if you were hoping to get your hands on a Mi Pad tablet during the India Diwali sale today, then you will be left feeling a little disappointed.


It’s a shame because we have seen a growing number of our readers from India asking about the Mi Pad flash deal during the Diwali sale, but upon further investigation, it’s just not included. We do hope that Mi will change that and we could see the tablet reduced in price either tomorrow or Wednesday, although it’s not looking too good.

Please do not let that put you off though because there are still some great items that have been massively reduced today, such as the Redmi 3S for Rs. 6,499, the Redmi 3S Prime for Rs. 8,499, and the price of the Redmi Note 3 (2GB +16GB) at just Rs. 9,499.

If you are looking for something with a bit more class and power, then you might want to consider the Mi 5, which has been reduced to just Rs. 19,999. There are also some great bargains to be had in terms of Mi accessories, full details of which can be found on the e-commerce shopping portal of Mi India.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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