Checked in the Nokia Priority dealer in Pheonix Mills, Lower Parel and they are saying that it will be available in a weeks time and approximate price should be Rs.7400 (quite surprising because it will lose its important of budget qwerty phone).
Let's wait and watch.
Anonymous, 14 Jul 2010Nokia really should shut down their company. There has been no innovation in any of their prod... moreAre you really sure? In my country indonesia, this phone already available since 1 month ago and become best valuable phone since launching and being bundled by over 3 operator that served unlimited nokia messenging..
I think this phone really worth. Cheap, responsive, and so on.. Just wait, it worth to you..
No way c3 can be comparable with E63.
E63 has already established itself as a successful buiseness phone in terms of qwerty quality/net speed /ease of operation/Speed of operation / 3g/ camera quality / FM quality.
That is why it still costs @8.7K in India.
ritz, 14 Jul 2010it is in the market by monday hi...wat abt the performance of the product ...'ll it b woth buying ...
ritz, 14 Jul 2010it is in the market by monday Ritz, how can you be sure about Monday? We have already been listening about so many launch dates!
ritz, 14 Jul 2010it is in the market by monday Hey ritz thanks for update..but how are you so sure about monday
Anonymous, 13 Jul 2010does nokia C3 have micosoft office(excel,word,powerpoint etc)???No
Very good phone for the price. Voice quality is good. Batery life is excellent. Call dropped on me couple of time, but it could be the area I live not good coveragge.
Manpreet Singh, 14 Jul 2010sir can i get ur no. so that i can contact for the phone purchase.....Sorry I am not selling mobiles.
I am neither a dealer nor any sale agent.
It is better to wait if you really like the phone or else there are lot of alternatives in the market.
Strike at Nokia's India plant hits production
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Production at Nokia's factory in India has been hit after workers began a strike demanding higher pay, the Business Standard reported on Wednesday.
The newspaper said the strike began on Tuesday after employees' talks with the management failed. The facility, near Chennai in south India, caters to local and export markets and employs 8,000 people.
Nokia did not comment on the strike and the reported production loss, but said in a statement the company on Monday discussed a long-term wage settlement with the employees through their trade union.
The company said the wage deal offered to employees was among the highest in the region in similar industries.
Nokia, the world's top cell phone maker, had said in April mobile handset production at the India plant had crossed 350 million handsets over its four years of operations.
Nokia really should shut down their company. There has been no innovation in any of their products lately. And even if they innovate by bringing such low priced handsets they can never deliver them. Nokia = FAIL.