Xiaomi Goes Offline, Ties with The MobileStore

Xiaomi-Goes-Offline,-Ties-with-The-MobileStoreHaving done well in the online market place, Xiaomi has now also moved offline in India to scale its revenue and has tied up with The MobileStore.

Xiaomi will sell Mi smartphones in India through The MobileStore. Initially, Mi smartphones will be sold through The MobileStore and will be limited to select stores in top cities. Later, it will be expanded to reach other cities.

The company will now sell its product both offline as well as online through Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal thereby giving consumers the comfort of both offline as well as online experience.

The MobileStore is a one stop mobile solution and currently has over 800 outlets across 150 cities, thus covering virtually every major town in every state across India. The MobileStore outlets are in three formats: Large – 1,000-1,500 square feet, Medium – 800-1,000 square feet and small – 150-200 square feet.

The MobileStore offers Indian consumer’s the most comprehensive range of mobile phones with special offers from all the key brands. The MobileStore offers complete telecom solutions right from handset purchase to the choice of mobile operator and miscellaneous services like monthly bill collections. The stores also offer connections (pre-paid and post-paid), accessories and VAS including the latest ring tones, wallpapers and gaming and prompt after sales service, available not only in the city of purchase but in all The MobileStore outlets across the country.

Along with Xiaomi, The MobileStore also sells Nokia, Sony Ericsson, LG, Samsung, Motorola, Fly, Sagem, HP, iMate, Dopod, HTC and Blackberry are available at the store. The MobileStore has also tied up with all leading operators including Airtel, Vodafone, BPL, Idea, MTNL, BSNL, Reliance and Tata Indicom.

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