Ringing Bells Mobile Freedom 251 adds cash on delivery option: The most controversial smart phone, the Freedom 251 is now available with the cash on delivery option now. After a long state of mayhem when the company was charged with FIR as well as a defamation suit while the tons of controversial mysterious questions were thrown, now the company makes a huge come back allowing the users to purchase the smat phone through cash on delivery option.
Ringing Bells Mobile Freedom 251 adds cash on delivery option
There were several questions regarding the fact that the phone was the cheapest smart phone in the world. This Friday the company comes with this option. The president of the company, Ashok Chadha stated that the phone which is priced at only Rs 251 which is about $4 can now be bought more easily with the new feature of cash on delivery.
This scheme will be highly beneficial for all the buyers since this option will help give transparency to the purchase and clear all confusions or misgivings. Thus, under all these circumstances the consumers will be able to pay only when they have the smart phones in their hand. The company also states that before the end of the month June they will be providing twenty five lakhs handsets to the users. Report: Mohit Goel will make profit of Rs 31 on each sale of Freedom 251 mobile.
The Noida based company said that they had received as much as thirty thousand order on the very first day itself. The website was almost blocked with the millions logging in at the same time. The company informed that they will be providing the phones on the basis of first come first save basis. It is seen that the phone was registered by over seven crore people in just a few weeks. Every smart phone seems to have a unique ID so that there are no confusions and every one gets their respective phones.
Provided that such a huge amount of money was already collected by the company, the government claimed that they should keep all the money safe and secure so that the money is not misused. The company promises that they will not be using the money at all unless the smart phones are received by the customers.