it amazing please try to create more than 1,00,000 then it will be sufficent or it will be out of stock
B-b-but this is Indian power. Mr Modi was thanked and praised already. Make in India blah blah blah.
If people would of taken a step back and thought about it for even a few seconds, they would have seen how suspicious the entire this was. Instead you have people here giving out their addresses and phone numbers trying to buy multiple phones. Next time, have some class and stop embarrassing yourselves.
Well if they could get just one in ten of those signed up to prepay the $4 plus shipping costs, they would get around $25 million - that could be a profitable scam...
Anonymous, 21 Feb 2016If it however came into existence officially minus the deceiving scheme, with such overwhelmin... moreThe close parenthesis messes up the link: http://www.gsmarena.com/wait_w...og-15019.php
If it however came into existence officially minus the deceiving scheme, with such overwhelming reception for potential customers from a pop-outta-nowhere company, I would not be surprised how poor their customer service would be. I would not expect their level of customer service at par with the major or popular brands.
In so speaking, LG, a more popular brand than Ringing Bells, might still have a chance to shake the market once again if they officially pop out their $9.82 TracFone LG Prepaid Lucky LG16 , a similar contender to these desired ultra low budget phones. Check out (http://www.gsmarena.com/wait_w...g-15019.php)
If it wasn't February I would think it to be a bad April fools joke.....
The india thought it was an iphone. Apple might be behind this experiment, apple should should realise that there are over 60 million people to cheap apple look alike. That is just in indian not to talk of the world.
Ringing Bell is just making all India people fool, and Indian people are too foolish to believe them, they will never ever provide such cheap phone. I think they are just experimenting the market.