The rainy season is beginning and what better way to celebrate it than with a few discounts, right? Right?! So Cherry Mobile has decided to put some of its best budget smartphones on sale at select stores (see full list below).

Cherry Mobile Flare 5

The Cherry Mobile Flare 5 was among my favorite budget smartphones because it brought a killer Super AMOLED screen to a Php5k+ price point. It’s now getting a Php500 price drop at select stores! That means it’s down to just Php4,999! Not only that, but it’s also being bundled with a free power bank, bubble USB cable, CM ring stand, and waterproof pouch!

Cherry Mobile Flare S5

The Cherry Mobile Flare S5 is another great smartphone that was released along the Flare 5. It’s chunkier than the Flare 5, but comes with USB Type-C! This one’s getting a Php400 price drop, meaning it’s down to Php5,699 and comes with a Pyxis 10,000mAh power bank, bubble USB cable, CM ring stand, and waterproof pouch.

Those aren’t the only two smartphones that are going on sale though. The Flare A1, one of the most affordable smartphones that supports the 700MHz LTE spectrum is also getting a price drop from Php2,999 to just Php2,599. The Flare FB100 Facebook phone is also on sale, similarly from Php2,999 but now down to just Php2,499. Both will be bundled with a free power bank, bubble USB cable, and CM ring stand.

Flare FB100 Facebook Button

The sale runs only until August 31, 2017 though. So if you’re looking for a great deal on a budget phone, don’t miss out on this promo!

*Sale applies only at the following stores: Technomobile SM Center Sangandaan, Technomobile SM City Sta. Mesa, Technomobile SM Center Valenzuela (official), Technomobile SM City San Lazaro, Technomobile SM City Fairview, Technomobile Marikina Riverbanks, Technomobile Balagtas Towncenter, Technomobile Sta. Lucia Mall, Comcentre Sta. Lucia Mall, Allstar Robinsons Town Mall Malabon, 5th Ave. SM Megamall, 5th Ave. SM City North Edsa, and Unique Cellular SM North EDSA.

[Source: Cherry Mobile Facebook Page]

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JM Balicano

Back when I started MobileTechPinoy in 2012, phablets weren't a thing yet. I enjoyed the stares I got from iPhone owners whenever I whipped out my Samsung Galaxy Note at the time. I'm much more budget-conscious these days though and am perfectly fine with using phones from any of our locally brands.

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