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Freedom 251 now available with cash on delivery

Noida based Ringing Bells announces ‘cash on delivery’ payment option for its Freedom 251 smartphone

tech Updated: Feb 25, 2016 12:09 IST
HT Correspondent
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Hindustan Times
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Noida based Ringing Bells announces ‘cash on delivery’ payment option for its Freedom 251 smartphone(Hindustan Times/Sanchit Khanna)

Many people are still wondering if the Noida-based Ringing Bells can live upto its promise and actually deliver a Rs 251 smartphone.

Now the company has announced a new cash on delivery option for the Freedom 251 smartphone on its Facebook page.

The company says that the new cash on delivery payment option will be only available for the first 25 lakh people who initially registered the Freedom 251 online.

Read more: What’s the catch? We answer your 10 interesting questions on Freedom 251

“In furthering our service to you, we, at Ringing Bells, have decided to offer “Cash on Delivery” terms vs the previous Offer of via “Payment Gateway”! By this, you, our esteemed Customer, will be required to make payment only when the phone is delivered to you. We are in the process of compiling the emails and issuing these to first 25 lakh registrations very soon,” says the company on its Facebook page.

Read more: Freedom 251: Will make Rs 31 profit on every unit sold, says maker

Noida-based Ringing Bells has come under a immense scrutiny off-late by tax authorities as the well as industry body ICA ( Indian Cellular Association). But the firm’s founder Mohit Goel stays adamant and says that the company will deliver all phones on time. In fact, he also revealed in an interview that the company will make a profit of Rs 31 on every unit of Freedom 251 sold.

First Published: Feb 25, 2016 11:47 IST