The selfie events will be held in Dehradun, Meerut on 8th November, Kanpur and Agra on 9th November.
Ringing Bells, which came to limelight with Rs 251 smart phone and recently launched 31.5 inch HD LED TV, has today announced that it has roped in Sunny Leone to promote its recently announced loyalty card programme. The selfie events will be held in Dehradun, Meerut on 8th November, Kanpur and Agra on 9th November.
Only Loyalty Card members will get entry to the Sunny Leone event free of cost and 10 lucky members from each city will get a chance to get a selfie with her. The cards were announced by the Company on the occassion of its First anniversary last month. Loyalty cards of Rs 500, Rs 1000 and Rs 2000 can be purchased on its website.
Announcing the details of the contest, Ringing Bells spokesperson said, "We introduced loyalty card programme last month and received encouraging response from our customers. The main objective of this contest is to make our customers feel special and appreciate their association with us. We have so far delivered 100,000 Freedom 251 smart phones apart from various other models of mobile phones and Freedom 9900 HD LED TV".
The loyalty card membership will be valid for one year and customers will get 5 per cent, 10 per cent and 15 per cent discount respectively on buying Ringing Bells products with the cards of Rs 500, Rs 1000 and Rs 2000.
The booking can be done on the company's official website and will only be open for one day only.
Ringing Bells has promised to deliver 2 lakh smartphones to various states targeting low income customers.
The USP of Ringing Bells was Rs 251 smartphone but with the launch of the new product line -four feature phones and two smartphones, there is nothing that differentiates Ringing Bells from other players in the market.
Ringing Bells's Freedom 251 has a price tag of Rs 251 and now the company is ready to ship 5000 units of its with Rs 40 as shipping cost.
Last time, Ringing Bells grabbed headlines all over the world with world's cheapest Android smartphone, Freedom 251.
Earlier, Ringing Bells told The Mobile Indian that the original cost of Freedom 251 is about Rs 2,500.
Contrary to expectation Ringing Bells has claimed that it earns profit on every unit of Freedom 251.
Success of Ringing Bells' Freedom 251 experiment could trigger similar models being adopted by other smartphone makers.
The Freedom 251, which is priced at just Rs 251, will be shipped by June 30 through courier.
There are several uncertainties surrounding the Freedom 251 of Ringing Bells.