Bharti starts selling cellphones in India

21 Sep

Remember Beetel landline instruments? Well now, you will get to see Beetel mobile phones. Beetel Teletech, a company of Bharti Enterprises Group, has launched 2G and 3G mobile phones which will be available in India across 4,000 retail outlets across Delhi, Haryana, U.P, Uttaranchal, Punjab, Rajasthan and a few North-Eastern States.



Beetel, just like other homegrown handset vendors, has launched its product line at super-affordable prices. The handsets are priced between Rs 1,750 and Rs 7,000. Though its quite ironic that the company has launched its product line but strangely, there are no official pictures or the tech specs of its mobile phones available as yet. However, from whatever we could comprehend from the scanty details mentioned in the press release:



1.  Some phones in the range are dual-SIM while some are triple SIM handsets (GSM+GSM+CDMA).
2. There will be at least one gaming device in the range sporting a QWERTY form factor.
3. Social networking apps like Facebook and Nimbuzz, Opera Mini browser and a free SMS sending service by Ibibo will be pre-installed in the handsets.
  


Stay tuned in for the official pictures and the technical specifications.

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