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Buy refurbished Redmi Note 4G from Overcart in India starting at Rs 7999 is the first liquidation services provider in India, which works with leading e-commerce companies and manufacturers. The company will now sell Refurbished Redmi Note 4G priced at Rs 7,999 and also unboxed variant priced at Rs 8,499.


Overcart after selling the refurbished Redmi 1s in India is now adding the refurbished Redmi Note 4G to their catalogue. The ‘refurbished’ variant is priced at Rs 7,999 and the ‘unboxed’ will cost Rs 8,499 in India. Both the devices will be covered under six-month manufacturer warranty from Xiaomi. The sale will start on April 27, 2015.

On this occasion, Saptarshi Nath, Managing Director, said,

“We continue to be blown away by the speed at which Xiaomi devices sell out.  Based on feedback from our customers, we have allocated a certain portion of this batch to preorders.  Customers can book their units right away if they’d rather not wait until sale date.”

Due to the overwhelming response of the Redmi 1s, Overcart is now adding the option of pre-ordering a certain amount of the units. Thus, a consumer has the option of paying before hand and securing the unit and not get disappointed with ‘Out of Stock’ banners.

Overcart is the first brand in India to have tapped the ‘unboxed’ and ‘refurbished’ products space in an organised way. Products that are ordered from an e-commerce platform are returned to the manufacturer under return policy after unboxing due to various reasons. These are  rendered unmarketable and usually pile up with the manufacturer. However, these products are virtually new or have minor issues which can bead dressed. These excess, unboxed and refurbished unboxed products are offered on at significant discounts after a thorough quality check.

If you’re in the market for a new Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G, you can buy it on Flipkart or Amazon and Snapdeal, and from Airtel Stores or The Mobile Store, if looking for offline solution.

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  • TheTecholic

    Thank you for bringing it to our notice. However, we have not received any email from them and hence didn’t know about the company.