Sony Xperia XA gets further price cut, sells for less than $300
In the United States, the Sony Xperia XA Ultra is not slowing down as it takes another plunge towards the downward stream today and had its price swim even lower. We have already announced to you that the smartphone had a price cut a week ago and this came as a shock because the period of launch wasn’t even far away already.
Well, you can now get yourself a unit of this device on Amazon for a price less than $300. For the sake of precision, you would need to shell out $298.48 to get your hands on one.
For those who want to break out their calculators, this new price cut translates to a total discount of over $70, especially if you consider that at launch, the device was made commercially available for $369.99. This deal would allow you choose between colour variants of white and black and asides the phone, you also get a free 64GB memory card.
If you are interested, acting fast would be in your best interests because this is listed as a limited unit offer.
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