This means customers will be asked to pay just following the handset was delivered.
(Photograph : Ringing Bells)

Noida-based Ringing Bells chose to cease taking bookings for the Freedom 251, dubbed the most affordable smartphone in the world’s. Rather, the business is going to require customers to pay just following the handset was delivered.

Clients can expect to get the refund inside their account any moment within the week.

“By that, you, our esteemed Customer, will be asked to generate payment only when the mobile is delivered to you personally.”

Their various banks will advise people who sent payments through portals including PayU Biz and CCAvenue for the refund process.

Chadha includes the organization expects the fund will probably be refunded so long as there’ll be no procedural delay and has given a letter to the bank.

The organization also allegedly received more than 70 million enrollments, which caused its payment gateway system to crash.


Amid the delight and global interest Ringing Bells is currently facing an FIR and defamation charges from a BPO, Cyfuture and data center situated in Noida.

Anuj Bairathi, creator and CEO of Cyfuture, says the firm has filed an FIR against Ringing Bells on the foundation of fraud and non payment of dues. There’s in addition the chance to file a defamation case subsequent to the Freedom 251 manufacturer had purportedly “accused” the business of non-functionality which, as Bairathi had remarked, tarnished the business’s persona.

According to the official, Freedom 251 isn’t, and has never been, a government job.


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