Motorola Sold 3 million Smartphones in India, To Launch Service Centres Soon
Motorola today announced it has sold over three million smartphones in India. The company, which had exited the Indian market returned to the country in February last year with a unique online-only retail model with Flipkart.
Motorola had earlier announced it had sold a million units in the first five months in India, which means it sold twice as many smartphones in the preceding 5-6 months. A lot of it could be attributed to the launch of the Moto E, a Rs 6,999 smartphone with stock Android and water proofing.
Going forward, Motorola is planning to reach out to customers in innovative manners. The company is looking at launching exclusive experience and service centres in India. “We will roll out these exclusive service centres where users will also be able to experience our products,” Amit Boni, Motorola’s India GM, said.
Motorola is also looking at testing an innovative service where it will have mobile service centres that will reach out to its customers. The project is still being worked upon and no details are available at the moment.
“We are looking at ways to provide better service to our customers and how we can reduce the service time to say 30 minutes,” Boni explained.