Ringing Bells Freedom 251:
The Freedom 251 is a world’s cheapest mobile phone offered by Ringing Bells and they initially launched Freedom mobile in India. The Advertisement price of the smartphone is Rs. 251/- and all mobile has been sold out earlier. Now, the mobile comes with an advanced features with lowest price in India. The price of Freedom 251 mobile is Rs. 500/-. Pay the amount at the time of the Delivery time of your booking mobile.
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They started Advertisement on booking Mobile for 251/- and that offer is for limited time only from 18 to 21 2016. The user traffic is much higher in 1 day of sales and the website has been crashed. Company told the regular price of the mobile is Rs.500/-. To Book visit the Official Website listed below.
To Book Ringing Bells Freedom 251 Mobile, Visit: http://ringingbells.co.in
Freedom 251 Mobile Specifications:
|Specifications||Freedom 251 Mobile|
|Operating System||Android 5.1 Lollipop|
|Processor||1.3 GHz Quad core Processor|
|Primary Camera||3.2 MP|
|Battery||1450 mAh Battery|
In the above, you can check the Ringing bells freedom 251 Mobile specifications and also you can check the freedom mobile features. the warranty of the mobile is for 1 year, also with Dual sim and with 3G GSM Service. From all over India, they had 650+ freedom mobile service centers. The Mobile has been designed with excellent features & looks like an iPhone mobile.
The company planned to sell 5 million mobiles but facing the problem from the website and got 30k+ bookings on price of 251/-. The company got Rs.17 millions on freedom 251 booking and they claimed for that reason.
Ringingbells company promised to booked user’s to refund money, they paid the amount to freedom user’s in the next week. Later company decided to take the money at the time of Delivery.
The BJP Leader, MP Kirit Somaiya has announced that the Freedom mobile is a bogus and the promotion is a Ponzi Scheme. He filed a FIR on Ringing Bells Director Mohit Goel and President under IPC 420 section. The Allahabad High court stayed that FIR premature.