Vodafone’s Micromax Bharat 2 Ultra 4G VoLTE at Rs. 2899 (Effective Rs. 999)

Telecom operators are now partnering with mobile manufacturers in getting their 4G services circulated to mass users who aren’t getting smartphones in their buckets due to low budget. We have seen few additions by telecom companies such as Jio with JioPhone, Airtel with Karbonn A40, BSNL with Micromax Bharat 1 and now we have Vodafone coming in this section with Bharat 2 Ultra launching at Rs. 2899 however the effective price would be Rs. 999 that we would be understanding how the price would be Rs. 999 instead of Rs. 2899.

Micromax Bharat 2 Ultra with Vodafone offer

Vodafone hasn’t shared any details regarding any special plans for this particular device, the other companies have presented few plans with their device however the information isn’t yet available with us or Vodafone doesn’t have any specific plans for it. Let’s wait to hear from the officials on this.

Also Check: BSNL Rs. 97 Plan Details for Micromax Bharat 1 4G VoLTE Phone

Is Bharat 2 Ultra really available for Rs. 999?

Ideally NO at first, in the beginning the customer has to pay Rs. 2899. Vodafone will credit customer’s M-Pesa wallet account with Rs. 900 at the end of first 18 months and Rs. 1000 after next 18 months. Overall, you’ll be getting Rs. 1900 back in terms of 3 years however there is something that you got to follow i.e. you would have to recharge your Vodafone number for at least Rs. 150 every month (minimum Rs. 150). Rs. 150 could be the accumulated amount of few recharges.

Micromax Bharat 2 Ultra Phone Specs

  • 4 inch screen with screen resolution 800*480 pixels.
  • Android Marshmallow OS.
  • Battery 1300mAh.
  • Spreadtrum SC9832 quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz.
  • 512MB RAM, 4GB internal and expandable up to 32GB.
  • Dual SIM 4G VoLTE Phone.
  • 2MP rear with Flash and front one of 0.3MP.

Would you buy this device keeping this Vodafone’s offer on your mind? Do share your views via a comment below. Also, we would be coming up with the comparisons between the recently launched phones by telecom companies. Keep checking our site for more.


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