To buy a mobile phone on EMI, one needs a Credit Card of a bank. There are many offers running on mobiles in Indian market that offers EMI option to buy an expensive smartphone. In India, telecom operators do not offer smartphones on contracts due to some security problems like telecom operators of America and other countries do. So many smartphone vendors came with alternative schemes like EMI in Indian market to make high-end smartphones affordable for every user. Unfortunately, many of Indian customers still do not have a credit card too. So that they cannot buy smartphones on EMI schemes too.
Currently Apple Ipad mini is available in Indian market at price INR 21,990. People who want to buy a good tablet usually go for an Android tablet, because of the wide range in every segment and also keeping in mind the affordable price of Android tablets. To get more success in mid-range market Apple has come up with new strategies. Now you can buy Apple Ipad Mini Wi-Fi only at down-payment of 4,999 INR only. And then you have to pay the installation of INR 1,055 for 18 months. So you will end up with 23,990 after completing installations. But to make this deal attractive Apple will give you 10% cashback after you completely done payment of installations. So you will get 10% cashback means INR 2,190 in your credit card account in the end.
The much anticipated and most awaited and also the best value for money smartphone from Motorola Moto G will be announced in India on February,5 as posted by Motorola on their Twitter handle. But unfortunately, Motorola has not mentioned anything about the details of smartphones. The price is still unknown for Indian market. As it is already available in the international market at $179 for 8GB and $199 for 16GB versions. Interestingly Motorola also announced that it would launch dual SIM version of Moto G in specific markets. So may be Motorola will cover India too in its list or not, still it is not confirmed yet.
Earlier we told you about convertible or hybrid devices from Dell, Lenovo and Asus. Now this time another worldwide player of laptop and PC, Sony has comes up with similar this time but at very expensive cost in Indian market. Sony has launched Vaio Flip line in India, Vaio Flip convertibles laptop-cum-tablet devices comes in three display options of 13-inch, 14-inch and 15-inch. The price of these devices is INR 99,990 for Flip 13, Flip 14 will cost INR 94,990 and Flip 15 will cost around INR 1,04,990. These fully featured devices will be available from the first week of next month.
If you remember MTV had partnered with Swipe Telecom to launch tablet devices last year and they have got an immense response from the Indian youth. Taking this partnership further towards the better Swipe has launched MTV Slash 4X – a lighter, thinner and faster tablet with an affordable price tag.
Ramesh Shah, who lives in Vasai town in Thane district. He bought a Motorola handset Moto Ming – A1200 back in April, 2008 from a local dealer Sanghavi Infocom. Soon he found out that the loudness of the speaker of the handset was not good enough. So he went to dealer back and told about the problem. But the dealer told him that his handset is good, it doesn’t have any fault. Later, Mr. Shah went to a service center of Motorola and complaint his problem. Service centre identified the problem and collected the handset for replacement.