Take Part In The 9th Year Anniversary Celebrations Of Xiaomi India
As part of the celebration of the 9th year anniversary, Xiaomi India is giving out exciting gifts for customers. Exciting coupons, deals, prizes, etc. will be included.
By pressing the notifying button on the website, you will have the chance to win the coupons. On the website, you can now play the ‘Blow The Candle’ game and win coupons worth Rs 5,000 daily and the ‘Spin The Wheel’ game to have a chance to win coupons and free gifts.
There is another contest where you can share your birthday to win exciting prizes. For this, first, log in to the Mi Store app, then go to my accounts in the ‘Account’ section and add your birthday details. You can join this contest right now.
Exciting deals for 9 days will be available which start on July 2, 2023. On July 6, 2023, you can start placing the lowest and most unique bid daily at 4 PM. A Rs 9 store flash sale daily at 12 PM will start on July 6, 2023. Limited-time deals daily at 6 PM will also start on July 6, 2023.
Fun, excitement, and abundant gifts coming your way.
Join us in the ultimate celebration as #Xiaomi reaches the thrilling milestone of turning 9!
It's going to be a great ride with surprises around every corner.
— Xiaomi India (@XiaomiIndia) July 1, 2023
There will be a ‘Shopper Contest’ where you can get your entire order value back. To participate in this contest, you have to shop from July 5, 2023, to July 10, 2023, take a screenshot of your order and share it with Xiaomi India on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, use the hashtag #XiaomiTurns9, tag @XiaomiIndia and if you are lucky, you will be among the 9 winners daily to get their order value back.
Xiaomi was founded in 2010 in Beijing by the now multi-billionaire Lei Jun when he was 40 years old, along with 6 other senior associates. Lei had founded Kingsoft as well as Joyo.com, which he sold to Amazon for $75 million in 2004.
In August 2011, Xiaomi released its first smartphone and by 2014, it had the largest market share of smartphones sold in China. Initially, the company only sold its products online. By 2015, it was developing a wide range of consumer electronics.
In 2020, the company sold 146.3 million smartphones and its MIUI mobile user interface has over 500 million active users. As of 2023, Xiaomi is the third-largest seller of smartphones worldwide, with a market share of about 12%, according to Counterpoint.