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  • itel Mobile Launches ‘Wish A21’ At Rs 5,390

    itel Mobile, part of Chinese mobile manufacturer Transsion Holdings, on Friday launched a new smartphone "Wish A21" at Rs 5,390. "The device offers specifications and capabilities superior to basic entry-level 4G smartphones within similar price points," said Sudhir Kumar, itel Mo..

  • Reliance Jio Under Threat; Enjoy 10 GB 4G Data at Just Rs. 255

    Remember that the main eligibility criterion for this promotional plan is that only the users of new 4G smartphones can get this free 9 GB of promotional data at the cost of 1 GB. All you need to do is just pay for 1 GB of 4G data that is priced at around Rs. 255 based on the circle you are resid..

  • Reliance LYF Earth-2 Launched @ Rs. 19,999

    Reliance launched the LYF brand of smartphones with 4G startup, JIO, earlier this year. Yesterday, LYF introduced the newest member of the family, Earth 2, priced at Rs. 19,999. Earth 2 comes with two main features. The first one is the Iris retina scanner which allows the user to unlock the phon..

  • Reliance Retail is to Sell 4G Smartphones Under “LYF” Brand

    In what could be a landmark decision that could have a major impact on Asian smartphone market---particularly India, Reliance Retail will sell 4G smartphones under “LYF” brand.  The news comes ahead of the company’s planned 4G service launch from group company Reliance Jio Infocomm. "The brand wi..

  • OnePlus One 4G smartphones up for sale on Flipkart priced at Rs 19,998

    After sold two lakh units of 4G handsets on e-commerce platform Amazon as part of an exclusive partnership, smartphone maker OnePlus will start selling its devices on Flipkart from today. The 64 GB sandstone black OnePlus One device is available on Flipkart app for Rs 19,998. The 16 GB Silk Wh..

  • Reliance Jio to brings 4G Smartphones Under Rs 4,000

    Reliance Jio Infocomm, owned by billionaire Mukesh Ambani, will make its longawaited commercial launch of highspeed broadband services in December, more than five years after re-entering the telecom sector. The move could dramatically alter the industry landscape in the world's fastest-growing major..