New cell phone to well growing rural India

Economists have slashed Indian economic growth forecasts for this year and the stock market is in the doldrums. But cellphone companies are signing millions of new subscribers a month, making India the fastest growing mobile-phone market in the world. There is no sign of a slowdown yet.

Intex Technologies and it is firm to modernize the rural India in a new way. Intex Technologies is going to present a unique cell phone handset to the rural India.

Intex Technologies highly equipped 13-year-old IT Hardware, Mobile Phones and Electronics company with its headquarter in New Delhi. The company has a pan-India presence though its own network of 2 mother-warehouses, 28 branches, 2 regional offices, 61 service centres, 111 service franchisees and 11 resident service engineers.

In addition, brand ‘Intex’ covers 6 business segments- Computer Peripherals, PC, GSM Mobile Phones, Consumer Electronics, Retail and Enterprise Business.

It has built for itself a high credibility amongst its vast network of channel partners and several million satisfied end users by offering value-for-money quality products supported by effective service and a consistent policy of transparent, fair and ethical dealings

Intex Technologies has already introduced the novel mobile handset- INTEX Hero for the rural consumers at a price of Rs. 2999/ and it is hoped that more and more Indians will start using it shortly.

What is the uniqueness then? There is the presence of 45 days stand-by battery life in the phone and this enables people to talk freely, even if there is any scarcity of power.

In addition, the presence of FM radio, camera, expandable memory, MP3 audio player and 1000 contacts phonebook memory make the cell phone more decorous.

Rural customers "have been hungry for mobile phones for a long time, so demand will remain unaffected," by the global jitters, said S.P. Shukla, chief executive officer of the mobile business at Reliance Communications India Ltd., India's second-largest cellular company by number of subscribers, after Bharti Airtel.

Reliance launched a new $2 billion nationwide network in January that reaches more than 24,000 towns and 600,000 villages.

International wireless giants are clamoring for a piece of the action. Last year, Vodafone Holdings PLC took over India's fourth-largest cellular company by number of subscribers. In December, Japan's NTT Docomo Inc. announced it will pay almost $3 billion for a 26% stake in Tata Teleservices Ltd.

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