NewDelhi,Jul 07:Noida-based startup Ringing Bells on Thursday announced that it will start delivering its 'cheapest smartphone in the world' aka Freedom 251 to buyers from July 8.Earlier the company has promised deliveries on June 30, then shifted the date to July 6. Interestingly the company plans to launch new phones including feature and smartphones and a cheap LED TV in India on July 7.
According to Ringing Bells’ Founder and CEO Mohit Goel, they are ready with nearly two lakh ‘Freedom 251’ handsets.The first batch of 5,000 Freedom 251 phones will be out for delivery to the buyer will have to pay Rs 291 (Rs 40 as delivery charge).
Noida-based startup Ringing Bells has now announced that the company will begin delivering the Freedom 251 smartphone from July 8. The company says delivery will be made only to 5,000 customers, and they will be charged Rs. 40 ..
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