Now, get a color mobile phone for $10 in India
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Now, get a color mobile phone for $10 in India

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 28 December 2009, 10:15 Hrs   |    15 Comments
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Now, get a color mobile phone for $10 in India
Bangalore: India based Gee Pee Infotech has geared up to launch a color mobile phone at just $10 ( 500). Gee Pee has already launched wide range of user friendly dual sim low cost mobile handset in Kolkata and Eastern markets in India with good customer supports. Presently Gee Pee mobile phones range from 1000 to 6000, reports Telecom Talk.

The company makes sure that it follows the after sale grievances and has set up "Gee Pee Care" in various parts of the country. Gee Pee's aims is to reach the all round sector in the market thereby providing mobiles at an affordable price to every customer. Based on the current growth trend and the rate of mobile users, Gee Pee aims to get five percent of the total mobile market in the country.

With the present reputation built in West Bengal, Gee Pee has been contemplating to expand its presence across India and after the launch of such cheaper phones it might soon attain its target.

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Posted by:yqaxlu - 17 Feb, 2010
2: Price can be affortable but it should not leave more microwaves than other mobiles.Because microwaves would affect brain if people use the mobile more than 2 hours. Have they done any analysis for proving microwave liberation from mobile phone.
Posted by:Shajahan - 28 Dec, 2009
3:
Shajahan, What a stupid, pessimistic view ! 2hours ! hehehe then 90% of the mobile users would be dead by now.

Gee Pee, This is a great move! March ahead we're with you !
Shibs Replied to: Shajahan - 29 Dec, 2009
4:
First, let us avoid such complex in mind and let us always hope for the best things to happen. We Indians are not so confident in many matters and this is only one among them. Definitely we should check all criteria before buying any product, but such attitude should be there for international products also. The other most important factors to be considered are price, durability, etc. and at the most, progress of our Nation. Our existence depends heavily on the progress of our motherland. Though most of the countries were affected by economic slowdown, India is one among a few who stood tall as usual. We should understand that India is almost a developed country, and we should be aware that India will be on top of the world in the years to come. Let us all contribute and unite for the Nation (that is what Gandhiji was dreaming about).
Sudhakaran Replied to: Shajahan - 29 Dec, 2009
5:
Cool collection of words... Gandhiji n all. Do you people have any idea whether these are companies are at all capable of manufacturing these micro chips used in cell phones keeping up with the cell phone Micro Wave standards.
NO THEY DONT
They simply buy these cell phones from chinese market. Although they are not fake as they put in the IMEI No after all these cell phones comes to INDIA. Which turns for a Rs 350/- priced cell phones to Rs 500/- and sometimes the hike is almost more than 500% (Rs 350/- turns to Rs 3500/- or higher).
So guys tell me something who is beneficial in this...
INDIA or CHINA?
Trust me we are not... CHINA is slowly eating up our backbone.
Shounak Replied to: Sudhakaran - 29 Dec, 2009
6:
wht a stupid thought....
A shaw Replied to: Shounak - 30 Dec, 2009
7: Even though most of the Indian products give better results than from any country, the mind of the people is still dim. They look only for international products (in this case, Nokia, Soni, etc), which is always going to be more priced but with almost or lesser quality than Indian products. We, Indians, do not know ourselves and we are the only people who do not know well about our productivity, standard, culture, etc. It is my earnest request to use our own products first, and try to avoid international products as far as possible. This will definitely boost our economy, and I am sure, We will be on top of the world within years. Let us know ourselves, understanding our strengths and capabilities.
Posted by:Sudhakaran - 28 Dec, 2009
8:
I agree with you Mr. Sukhakaran,but we should mentain quality
and we should be prepared to render after sales service.
y p keshary Replied to: Sudhakaran - 29 Dec, 2009
9:
Well said Sudhakaran. It is time we Indians stood up and made our presence felt. We have constantly played slave to foreign products even though we have better technology and gadgets at our disposal. We are unable to develop technologically because we do not have the financial power for better research and this is because our products do not have enough sales. All our good brands have been lost to our foreign dictators and we end up buying their "better" products because we don't have the spine to stand up and be better. I am sure that if the product is given a chance it will take on the Nokias and Sonys of the world any day. All the very best Gee Pee and may your tribe increase.
Eugene Ross Replied to: Sudhakaran - 28 Dec, 2009
10:
Well said Sudhakaran. It is time we Indians stood up and made our presence felt. We have constantly played slave to foreign products even though we have better technology and gadgets at our disposal. We are unable to develop technologically because we do not have the financial power for better research and this is because our products do not have enough sales. All our good brands have been lost to our foreign dictators and we end up buying their "better" products because we don't have the spine to stand up and be better. I am sure that if the product is given a chance it will take on the Nokias and Sonys of the world any day. All the very best Pee Gee and may your tribe increase.
Eugene Ross Replied to: Sudhakaran - 28 Dec, 2009
11:
Nice
Azha Replied to: Sudhakaran - 28 Dec, 2009
12:
+1
Ramesh Replied to: Azha - 28 Dec, 2009
13:
+ + + + + 5 Stars.
keymaker Replied to: Ramesh - 29 Dec, 2009
14: This would be really cool..hope it hits the market soon..
Posted by:Girish - 28 Dec, 2009
15:

Great stuff
Surajit Replied to: Girish - 28 Dec, 2009