Apple and Samsung Smartphones Are Costly Now

After the increase in GST rates, every smartphone maker company is increasing the prices of its handsets. Earlier, Xiaomi and POCO had made their smartphones expensive. At the same time, now smartphones from Apple and Samsung have also been made expensive. The GST on mobile phones has been increased from 12 percent to 18 percent. This rate has been increased by 50 percent. In such a situation, if you want to buy a new smartphone after the end of lockdown, then you may have to pay more.

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Mumbai-based smartphone retailer Mahesh Telecom has tweeted that the prices of Apple and Samsung smartphones have been increased. In this tweet, the list of phones with new prices has been released. According to the list of Mahesh Telecom, the first thing to talk about is the iPhone. The price of iPhone 7 (32 GB) is now Rs 31,500 and iPhone 7 (128 GB) is now priced at Rs 36,700. At the same time, the price of the iPhone 7+ (32 GB) is now Rs 39,900 and the price of the iPhone 7+ (128 GB) is now Rs 45,100. The price of the iPhone 8 (64 GB) is now Rs 42,600 and the price of the iPhone 8 (128 GB) is now Rs 47,900. Apart from this, the price of iPhone 8+ (64 GB) is now Rs 53,400 and the price of iPhone 8+ (128 GB) is now Rs 58,500.

The price of iPhone XR (64 GB) is now Rs 52,500 and iPhone XR (28 GB) is now priced at Rs 52,500. The price of iPhone 11 (64 GB) is now Rs 68,300, iPhone 11 (128 GB) is now priced at Rs 73,600 and iPhone 11 (256 GB) is now priced at Rs 84,100. iPhone 11 Pro (64 GB) is now priced at Rs 1,06,600, iPhone 11 Pro (256 GB) is now priced at Rs 1,21,300 and iPhone 11 Pro (512 GB) is now priced at Rs 1,40,300. At the same time, the price of iPhone 11 Pro Max (64 GB) is now Rs 1,17,100, iPhone 11 Pro Max (256 GB) is now priced at Rs 1,31,900 and iPhone 11 Pro Max (512 GB) is now priced at Rs 1,50,800. has gone.

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