Saturday, February 20, 2016

Reasons Why Freedom 251 Might Be Scam

    Hello guys !!!! this could be an eye opening article to make you know the  real face of ringingbells. yeah !!! do you know who is Ringing bells private limited ???
      Answers for all your questions are here just have a keen look to know the secrets and real picture of freedom251.
       It's almost 12 hours since the launch of what promises to be the most controversial phone in the world this year, and we're as confused as everyone else. Nothing adds up about the Rs. 251 phone, not even the price tag. Here's why.

There's whitener used to cover up the real logo

      It's apparently a product of Adcom, a company known for Chinese rebranded phones.

You can buy half the phone, apparently

       These guys have redefined EMIs and half-off - just buy half the phone?

They booked full page ads, but can't handle one second of internet traffic.

         Orders opened at 6 AM today. At 6.01 AM, the site was offline for most, who took to Twitter to whine and outrage. Such server stupidity, for a budget phone, for a country with the size and cheapest-first greediness of India is 

        Ashok Chadha, president at Ringing Bells, tried to explain the so-called business model of a phone that seems to be retailing at a loss. For one, there's no government subsidy at play here. Despite a manufacturing cost of Rs. 2500, Chadha claimed "economies of scale". In his words: "If you look at the Indian market, it is at 2-crore units a month. If you take 30 per cent of that, then you achieve economies of scale. Because of this economies of scale, we reduce the cost of the phone by around Rs.500."
      Then, there's duty exemptions. "First, we reduce around Rs.400 on the Rs.2,500 price by getting a duty exemption."
       And to top it all off, Ringing Bills is trying to beat India's leading ecommerce sites.  "Many players want to use our e-commerce platform to sell their products, so we make up the remaining Rs.700-800."

It’s  an Apple copy

There's no creative inspiration here  - the company has reportedly straight up lifted icons (including the web browser, calculator, camera and email) from Apple’s iOS. if Apple sues, you can say goodbye to your budget phone dreams.

Hari Kishan

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