Buy phone cases and other accessories from India for around $600, the country’s biggest online retailer says.
Buying a phone case from India, which is considered the cheapest option for the Indian consumer, will set you back about $200.
While that is considerably cheaper than the $500-$600 price tag for the cheapest phone cases available in the US, the bulk of these cases come from China.
The online retailer said it sells over 40,000 cases and accessories per month on its website.
The site has a wide range of popular accessories for phones, tablets, cameras, cameras and cameras for cameras, such as a cheap camera for phones that can take a photo for $2.50.
“The majority of our customers are Indian and buy our products for their phones,” a spokesperson told ET.
“In terms of quality, we have found the quality of our phone cases to be very good.”
In India, you can also find cheap phones, which are sold at very competitive prices.
For example, a Nokia 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 are priced at about $80.
A Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is priced at $200, while a Motorola Moto G3 for the same price can be found for about $100.
However, most phone cases come in very small sizes and are usually used for taking photos, so it is often cheaper to buy one of the large ones.
If you are looking for a cheap iPhone case, you could also check the prices of similar models like the Apple iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 7 for around the same amount.
The cheapest iPhone case for India, for instance, is the Samsung Galaxy J3.
Buoyed by its low price, India’s smartphone market is a lucrative one for online sellers.
For the year ended March, the online retailer had a profit of around $7.7 billion.
The US has also been a lucrative market for Indian smartphone makers.
According to Gartner, the US market is expected to grow to $15.6 billion by 2020.
India’s smartphones are sold in large numbers in the country, with the average user spending around $500.
The country’s government has been promoting its smartphones as a safe alternative to the US and other Western countries for years.
India has about 10 million smartphones, with around one-third of these running Android software.
India’s government says its phones are safe and reliable, and that people should only use them in emergencies.