Motorola Will Sell Phones Offline Through Moto Hub In India


Motorola enjoys a good reputation in India amidst growing competition Chinese makers as it is owned by one of them. Customers have always been able to get their favorite Moto phones from day one without any gimmicky flash sales.

 

So far, the company relied on online platforms like Amazon and Flipkart to sell its products in the country. To make its presence even stronger in the country, Motorola is now also going the offline way. Its stores, called Moto Hub, will let buyers buy any Moto phone via offline mode. This is not unusual as Xiaomi, one of the top makers in the market, recently decided to open its own exclusive shops.

There is still a good number of people who want to feel the phones before they buy them. Moto Hub will serve that purpose. Instead on relying generic brick-and-mortar shops to sell their phones, Motorola is taking it upon themselves with Moto Hubs exclusively selling Moto phones. Hopefully, the prices will be the same even as the additional infra adds to the cost of distribution of phones.

At the beginning, there are six Moto Hubs, three in Delhi NCR and three in Mumbai (details below). As an inaugural offer, buyers will get a free Motorola accessories on the purchase of Motorola E, C and G series and 50% off on MODS on the purchase of Moto Z2 play along with easy EMI.

The six Moto Hubs are:

  • Great India Place, NOIDA
  • Logix Mall, NOIDA
  • Shipra Mall, Indirapuram
  • Xperia Mall, Dombivali, Mumbai
  • Korum Mall, Thane, Mumbai and  
  • Viviana Mall, Thane, Mumbai

 

 


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