As a part of this association, Champion Computers along with BSNL will shortly roll out a slew of BSNL co-branded products which include more smart phone models, tablets, PCs, data cards (dongles) and wireless networking products.
Champion Computers, in partnership with Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), will launch a range of smartphones, tablets, data cards (dongles) and wireless networking products-all will be BSNL co-branded.
Expressing his elation over the association, Kapil Wadhwa, managing director of Champion Computers, said, "In today's burgeoning ICT market, the consumer has a lot of options to consider and it is Champion's constant endeavour to bring out great quality products which are feature-rich yet at smart value price points. We are committed to offering such products, which incorporate the latest technology and offer effortless user-experience to consumers at affordable price points. Our partnership with India's premium telecom operator BSNL will offer our discerning consumers the much needed enhanced user-experience with wide connectivity and robust reach across the length and breadth of the country."
Shree Anupam Srivastava, director of consumer mobility, BSNL Board, said, "With the evolution of the internet, the use of internet-based applications has tremendously grown as it has now become convenient to carry out daily business tasks like banking etc on the net, and the Champion products are a perfect solution for the same."
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