Ringing Bells – (everyone knows about them or at least the famous 3 digits 251), today launched some feature phones a HD LED TV, two smartphones and power bank, well in fact 3 power banks. All these products are costlier than the freedom 251 handset and are priced at under Rs. 10,000.
Ringing Bells created a lot of buzz by announcing the Freedom 251 smartphone in India for Rs. 251. And after all those controversies, the company is finally gearing up to roll the units in the Indian markets starting next week.
The Freedom 251 smartphone that was in the news surrounded by controversy will now be made available from June 28th 2016. Ringing Bell Company has confirmed the same, delivery will begin from 28th via COD payment mode.
Ever since the Ringing Bells Company unveiled the Freedom 251 smartphone that they claimed will be made available for just ₹251, the bells have been ringing (for the company). The latest news is that an FIR has been registered against the company for cheating (section 420).
Ringing Bells the company that made headlines by announcing the Freedom 251 smartphone for ₹251 could be in trouble again, this time from Adcom. At the launch event the company did not even had a prototype ready, in fact they showcased an Adcom smartphone.
Ringing Bells had hired Cyfuture call center (BPO) to handle their helpline. As per Cyfuture, the company Ringing Bells has abruptly terminated the services because of unsatisfactory performance. CyFuture had hired around 100 people to handle the calls for Freedom 251.
Ringing Bells the company that launched Freedom 251 the cheapest smartphone in India had already mentioned that they got over 6 crore registrations and on the first day itself around 30,000 valid payments for the same. The company will now be offering cash on delivery options for those who registered but were not able to […]
I guess most of you are aware of the Freedom 251 smartphone and particularly the site Freedom251.com from where one can order (or try ordering) the recently launched ultra low cost smartphone that even doesn’t have a prototype ready.
According to Mohit Goel director Ringing Bells their servers, including the payment gateway were not able to handle the huge traffic that was anticipated. Freedom251.com website got over 6,00,000 hits per seconds.
The Freedom 251 handset that was launched yesterday for ₹251 sounds too good to be true. If you have visited the freedom251.com website, you will notice that the buy link is active. The whole process looks too distrustful.