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Great Indian Festival : Amazon sale starts today 40% off on mobiles, 60% off on electronics, 70% off on fashion

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Great Indian Festival : Amazon sale starts today 40% off on mobiles, 60% off on electronics, 70% off on fashion

Great Indian Festival

Amazon India’s “Great Indian Festival” offers is back to add more colour to the upcoming festival season in the country. The festival will start from September 21 and will go on until September 24.
For Amazon Prime users, the sale will start early at 12PM on September 20. During the Great Indian Festival sale, you can get amazing discounts and cash back offers on mobiles, laptops, fashion, shoes, TVs, washing machines, home and kitchen products and much more.
Get Up to 40% off on Mobiles
The Amazon id offering up to 40 per cent discounts on various mobile phone brands such as Xiaomi Redmi, Lenovo, OnePlus, Apple, Samsung, Motorola, Honor, LG, Coolpad, Micromax, Nokia etc. Apart from mobile phone, there is offers available on gadgets like laptops, cameras, speakers, headphones, smart watches, activity trackers, Amazon Fire TV Stick, power banks etc. There is up to 50 per cent off on speakers, headphones, Amazon Kindle, grooming appliances, activity trackers and much more.
Get up to 60% off on Electronics and Appliances
Electronic appliances such as washing machines, televisions, air conditioners, refrigerators etc. are available on up to 60 per cent discount on Amazon. You will avail up to Rs 15,000 discount on laptops, 40 per cent on television, minimum 20 per cent on refrigerators, up to Rs 10,000 off on ACs, minimum 25 per cent discount on washing machines, up to 60 per cent discount on networking devices and much more.
Get up to 70% off on Fashion
You can revamp your entire wardrobe during Amazon Great Indian Festival with up to 70 per cent discount on popular brands such as Fab India, Adidas, Puma, Titan, United Colors of Benetton, Lavie, American Tourister and many more at Amazon.in. There will be discounts on clothing, shoes, watches, handbags, kid’s fashion, jewellery etc.

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Amazon opens its largest fulfilment centre in Hyderabad with an aim to increase delivery speed

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E-commerce giant Amazon on 7 September announced the opening its largest fulfilment centre in the country in Hyderabad.

Located at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, the centre covers over 400,000 sq ft with close to 2.10 million cubic ft. It is the fifth fulfilment center in Telangana and the largest in the country.

With this, Amazon has a storage capacity up to 3.3 million cubic feet in Telangana, vice president, India Customer Fulfilment, Amazon India, Akhil Saxena said, without revealing the investment figure into the centre.

“We have been consistently investing in our infrastructure and delivery network, so we can increase our speed of delivery and provide a superior experience to both, customers and sellers,” Saxena told a press conference.

“With the launch of our largest fulfilment centre in Hyderabad in Telangana, we strongly believe that we will be able to better serve our customers with one-day and two-day delivery.

The FC (fulfilment centre) will enable sellers to use local infrastructure, save capital and help them grow their businesses,” Saxena said.

With more than 10,000 sellers in Telangana, the selection offered by sellers in the state for immediate delivery has grown more than 120 percent this year as against last year, he said.

To a query, he said Amazon Pantry bulk packs of monthly and weekly grocery and household essentials is being currently test piloted in Hyderabad.

Amazon currently has 41 fulfilment centres in 13 states with a storage capacity of 13 million sq ft, he said.

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Amazon investing $5 billion in infrastructure in India

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The move from Amazon is to overtake local rival Flipkart

It will continue to invest in India in expanding infrastructure and bringing in solutions that enhance consumer and seller experience as the US-based e-commerce major looks to overtake local rival, Flipkart.

Amazon, which has completed four years of operations in India, has committed investments to the tune of USD 5 billion in the country.

“Last year, half the capital deployed was in infrastructure. This year too, we will continue to invest in infrastructure, innovation and technology,” Amazon Senior Vice President and Country Manager (India) Amit Agarwal told PTI.

He, however, declined to share financial details.

“Our new customer acquisition has also grown by 60 per cent year-on-year in 2016, driven by growth from tier II and III cities,” he said.

Amazon has been aggressively investing in setting up fulfilment centres across the country to ensure speedy delivery to consumers. It has 41 such warehouses across 13 states.

Its seller base has also increased from 100 in 2013 to 2 lakh currently.

With Tiger Global-backed Flipkart’s fund raise of USD 1.4 billion earlier this year, the competition is set to intensify further in the coming days. Both companies are expected to pump in money to strengthen operations and woo customers with offers.

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has already highlighted the importance of the Indian market to It’s operations.