Freedom 251: Ringing Bells Begins Giving Back Money to Buyers

Freedom 251 decides to pay back booking amount to its customers.

Mohit Goel,owner of the organization in a call said that the organization will bear the administration charge for the purchasers and discount Rs251 each to every one of the individuals who have booked the telephone. "We have written to the payment gateway companies and the money should reach the buyers between Monday to Wednesday," Goel said.

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The Rs251 telephone which turned into an overnight hit in the nation kept running into a series of controversies as after the dispatch of the phone. TOI uncovered in its reports how the organization had begun pre-booking orders without demonstrating a model of the mobile phone or notwithstanding having creation offices for the same.

Ringing Bells Pvt Ltd, the organization which propelled the Rs251 worth cell phone Freedom 251, today in a late night call told TOI that all the 77 lakh rupees gathered by it so far through payment portals will be returned to the 30,000 individuals who have paid up for the telephone online so far by means of online payment gateways.

Beforehand Goel had affirmed that he had secured 25 lakh online bookings for the mobile and was focusing on 25 lakh logged off or on ground bookings from individuals. More than seven crore individuals had enlisted for the telephone, on the web, too. 

"We will refund all money and start the scheme from scratch" he claimed. Ringing Bells Freedom 251 mobile row: He said the conveyance of Freedom251 cell phones is relied upon to begin in April after which the organization will begin the second round of bookings. "Our payment gateway companies CCAvenue and PayU Biz have sought time till Wednesday to credit back the amount in accounts of all those who have paid. After which we will send an email seeking confirmation for cash on delivery," Goel said. (AP)

Ringing Bells President Ashok Chaddha had clarified before that the assembling expense of the telephone is about Rs 2,500, which will be recuperated through a progression of measures like economies of scale, imaginative showcasing, decrease in obligations and making an e-business commercial center. "By going for Made in India components, we can save on the 13.8 per cent duty. Also, we will be selling online first and thus save the costs incurred on large distribution network," he said. Chaddha likewise dismisses theories of the handset being sponsored by the legislature. (AP)

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