Recently there has been enormous complaints of Ringing Bells which enforcement directorate has received on Freedom 251 being the cheapest smartphone in the world. On this issue, the Enforcement directorate has questioned the CEO of Ringing bells, Mohit Goel. Click Here for more amazing latest Mobile Accessories.
The ED has asked ringing bell’s payment gateway Pay U to give the information of Ringing Bell’s payment account, as the ED has a doubt that there are chances that the company can make default in the payments and might abscond if it is not able to finish its shipment orders on time.
Since the Ringing bells company has introduced its Android smartphone in the market at a cost of Rs.251, the controversies have started related to its price. Buyers found it difficult to believe that how is it possible to launch such a cheap handset.
Recently company has released a statement according to which they had already made the payments back to their first 30,000 pre-booking orders during the sales in the first day of this month. The company is claiming that, they had refunded their 30,000 customers already. From now onwards company is excepting only cash on delivery orders. The CEO of the company also assured that they will earn a profit of Rs.31 on every handset sold.
On the first day of the sales, company has received the registrations of more than seven crores, which was a huge number and had announced that the customers will have to pay for the Freedom 251 smartphone at the time of receiving the delivery.
The Ringing bells has given a clarification on the low cost of their phone, that they had received different aids from the government from “make in India” project whereas DIPP has made it clear that Freedom 251 is not associated with any government project.