UMi offering 150 chances to get yourself a half price UMi Zero

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The UMi Zero is a seriously impressive looking phone, but $300 is a little rich for us however here is a chance to get the 6.4mm alloy for for just $150.

We were really excited when we first reported on the UMi Zero. It has the look, alloy build and some really nice features like the Super AMOLED display, 2GB RAM, fast charging, decent camera and octacore 2.0Ghz processor. But it was the price which really put a nail in the coffin for us!

Thankfully at least 150 lucky international UMi Zero fans will be able to claim a 50% discount on the UMi Zero bring the cost down to only $149.99.

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UMi have teamed up with 3 resellers where fans can sign up to the giveaway for a chance to receive the discount. The offer started earlier today and will be held until 5th November after which the winners will be notified by email.

More details of the offer can be found over on the UMi Facebook page.

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  1. October 20, 2014

    Thanks for the tip.
    Very slim sexy design + dual sim + interesting apperture camera.
    Compared to Gionee, it is promising 🙂 even at the retail price
    with no LTE. Good luck UMI.

  2. Zoealandy
    October 21, 2014

    Here an interesting coupon, $0.99 for $30 off coupon to get UMI Zero at $149.99,

    • balcobomber25
      October 23, 2014

      They offer it at $149.99 for the “top 100” customers who order that coupon. The details of how they pick the top 100 is sketchy at best. Most people who will get the coupon will pay $269.99 for the phone.

      • Zoealandy
        October 23, 2014

        yes, that’s right, anyway I ordered one if i rank among top 100

  3. Marco Lancaster
    October 21, 2014

    150$, I’m sorry, but it’s exactly how much the phone worth.

  4. October 21, 2014

    This sounds like the Neo M1 launching…

    Offering coupons before killing the phone due to overpricing.

    You tell them what they need to sell big, and they reply they don’t care what I want.

    It says it all.

  5. st8ic
    October 22, 2014

    Not really interested in $270 phone with no LTE, but ready to try it for $150 🙂