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For First 25 lakh Freedom 251 buyers will get Cash on Delivery (CoD) option


Overnight emerged Mobile manufacturing company Ringing bells has announced to provide Cash On Delivery option for those buyers who have registered on their website successfully. 

Ringing bells announced cheapest mobile phone (Freedom 251) in India having all smartphone features which is actually ranging price is around 3000 to 5000 below. 

The company received a massive backlash from all around as its website crashed and booking were halted mid-way. Many of the mobile companies and Indian bureaucrats have expressed there views on launching of Freedom 251 at Rs.251 only as Fake scheme. 

Now, clearing all its doubts the Ringing bells company has announced ‘We are providing Cash on Delivery (COD) payment option for users who have ordered successfully on our website’. 

Further, the company stated that they are gathering the emails of the 25 lakhs successful registered buyers and soon issue the COD option to them. 

Besides, PayUBiz (Online handling payments for Ringing bells) has refused to release the payment of Rs.1.75 Crore from 25 lacs of buyers for Freedom 251 received from registration to Ringing bells. 

In a statement PayBiz company sated that, ‘As a leading payment solution company, we are cognizant of both our merchants and buyers. With a surge in no. of queries received for Freedom 251 during last few days, we are cautious towards the payments being made by buyers to buy Freedom 251. As a responsible payment solution company, we have ensured that the buyer’s money remains safe with us and gets released to the merchant once the product is dispatched. In case the merchant is not able to fulfil the huge demand they have received, we will work with the merchant to return the money to buyers’.

Ringing bells’ Director Mohit Goel in a statement clarified that, ‘Most of the people in confusion how company would manage if Freedom 251 offered at Rs.251 price. We claims that the company is getting profit of Rs.31 per unit sold'

Furthermore, Government of India has distanced ‘Make in India’ initiative form ringing bells.

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