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Motorola has sold 3 million Moto phones in India, now for offline experience zones

Motorola India GM Amit Boni said the company will soon launch its first exclusive experience zone in Bangalore.

Written by Nandagopal Rajan | New Delhi |
Updated: January 29, 2015 5:25:00 pm
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Almost a year after the company came back to India with its Moto series of smartphones, Motorola and e-tail partner Flipkart on Thursday announced that they have sold over three million smartphones in the company.

Motorola India GM Amit Boni said the company will soon launch its first exclusive experience zone in Bangalore, but “without a retail element”. The company is also experimenting with mobile Moto care vehicles, which will reduce the time taken to complete a service request, he added.

Michael Adani of Flipkart said while the e-tailer started by delivering Moto phones in 200 cities, they were now reaching over 1100 locations and over 1250 cities with partnerships. Flipkart now has over 30 million registered users with 10 million unique visitors everyday translating to 8 million shipments a month.

“Since the launch we have seen a paradigm change in the Indian market. Phone used to come to India late and the Idnian customer was expected to pay more for the phone. We have changed that, now the phones come in at the same time and often cost lesser than the rest of the world,” added Adani.

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