UMi phones and other gadgets get a price cut for the season


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This is the season when a lot of the year’s online shopping takes place. Made-up online festivals such as the 11.11 Singles’ Day, Black Friday and Cyber Monday don’t just happen to fall in the end part of the year!

To cash in on the frenzy, Chinese smartphone brand UMi has given its devices a price cut.

This applies to quite a few of their devices; for the list, keep reading.

UMi phones and gadgets to get a price cut are:

Down from 215.99€, the Iron will cost 169.99€. The Iron Pro, on the other hand, is down to 169.99€ from 219.99€.

Moving on, the eMax and the eMax mini are now 149.99€ and 159.99€ respectively; while the DV110, DV100 and DV550 earphones are 11.99, 10.99 and 18.99€ respectively.

Last but not least, the Voix Blu Bluetooth headphones are down to 29.99€. UMi is also holding a ‘Make a Wish’ content on their Facebook.

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5 Comments

  1. MattD
    December 15, 2015

    How to cut the price with high profit:
    1-take a thing you sell at price X
    2-rise the price by 50$ to obtain the price Y, follow the equation “X + 50$ = Y”
    3-tell the world you cut the price from Y to X, a huge price cut indeed
    4-wait for folks who knows nothing (like Jon Snow)

    • Tajwar
      December 15, 2015

      Black Friday and Sales in 7 lines.

  2. mersault
    December 15, 2015

    How is this supposed to be price cut, if for example emax mini, which is sold for 142,99 Dollars (1949deal) is now 159,99 EURO (or maybe 149,99 EURO)???

    • balcobomber25
      December 15, 2015

      It’s a price cut because it was selling for more on their website before…..

  3. NO.5
    December 16, 2015

    They cut the price becase their phones are not supposed to deserve that much. The insanely cheap UMI Rome had a 2-point touch screen. They were making phones for people of last century in the disguise of a 21-century appearance. Crap, UMI.