Fujezone mobile plans 100 service centres in India

"We plan to ensure that Fujezone is known throughout country as a value phone brand. Our plan is to cover at least 60 percent of India by the end of fiscal year 2010-11," said Satyak Kapur, vice president Fujezone.

The company which currently has over 30 service centres across the country is also planning to recruit manpower to expand its branches in the Indian market.

"As we are expanding our distribution network very aggressively we need to recruit good amount of manpower to develop these areas and sustain them as well. We are currently recruiting regional sales managers, area sales managers and sales officers for specific regions along with service coordinators," added Kapur.

Fujezone, which is a brand owned by mobile accessories and batteries provider Nakamichi Techno Private Limited, recently launched two dual-sim technology based handsets -- Stylish X-2 and Trendy T-10 -- priced at Rs.3,999 and Rs.1,999, respectively, in the Indian market.

These phones feature enhanced music functions like MP3 and MP4 with access to social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter and are targeted at the tech-savvy consumers who are always on the move and need constant access to information and entertainment.

Speaking on the market of dual-sim phones in India, Kapur said these phones offer customers convenience to the effect that they do not need to carry two phones with them all the times.

"A number of customers in India have two numbers so dual-sim phones provide them with the ease of using their dual sim-cards in one phone only," he said.
The company will also be launching the GSM and CDMA technology based dual-sim phones in the coming months.

"Dual-sim phones with GSM and CDMA are already under testing and once we have all the approvals in places from our testing team we will launch this model in the Indian market," added Kapur.

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