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Realme’s offer is running in the Eleven Eleven campaign

Realme’s offer is running in the Eleven Eleven campaign
Realme’s offer is running in the Eleven Eleven campaign

On the occasion of Daraz 11.11 campaign, smartphone brand Realme has come up with an incredible offer for fans. The brand is offering up to 17 percent off on select devices. This campaign will continue till November 22. Those who were thinking of buying a Realme device can take advantage of this offer.

The brand is offering discounts on recently unveiled devices. Among them, Realme C51 (4GB/64GB) is available at Tk 12,899 (Retail price: Tk 13,999), Realme C55 (6GB/128GB) at Tk 18,449 (Retail price: Tk 20,999), Realme C55 (8 GB/256 GB) at Tk 21 thousand 899 (Retail price: Tk 23 thousand 999), Realme C53 (6 GB/128 GB) at Tk 15 thousand 598 (Retail price: Tk 16 thousand 999).

Apart from this, the brand is offering discounts of up to 17 percent on several devices. Among these, Realme C30 (2GB/32GB) is available at Tk 9,95 (Retail price: Tk 10,999), Realme C33 (4GB/128GB) at Tk 15,199 (Retail price: Tk 16,499), Realme C30S (3 GB/64 GB) at Tk 11,495 (Retail Price: Tk 12,499) and Realme 9 Pro+ (8 GB/128 GB) at Tk 33,781 (Retail Price: Tk 36,999).

Realme is working relentlessly to meet the needs of the young and technology-loving generation. The brand has adopted a new ‘Simply Better Strategy’ to maintain excellence and position itself to those who seek the best in both form and function. Besides, great discounts have been brought for young users.

The article is in Bengali

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