Lenovo owned Motorola has been focusing only on the online shopping websites in the country, and they were successful in giving out there best. But, later the co any had realized that it is essential to start showcasing their devices regionally in order to strengthen the sales, like other brands, did like OnePlus and Xiaomi. Motorola India has just announced the opening of several exclusive offline device experience stores chains across the country named Moto Hubs.
The Moto Hubs seems to be an excellent marketing strategy for the company to sell more devices and create reliability among locally amassed people who are bothered about the offline support, services and trustworthy. From the Moto Hubs, anyone can test use every smartphone by the company before buying them. A part from the smartphones, the Lenovo, parent organization of Moot will also showcase several gadgets like earphones, power bank, MotoMos, etc. for the trial usage who are willing to buy online after a demonstrative usage.
Currently, there are only a few stores have been opened in the country – GIP Mall & Logix Mall at Noida, Shipra Mall at Indirapuram and Xperia Mall, Korum Mall & Viviana Mall at Mumbai. A number of stores will be opened across the country, say the officials. As of the inauguration, the corporation gives away several offers while purchasing like free accessories while buying Moto C, E and G series smartphones. Also, the MOto Z, Z Play and Z2 Play buyers can get a 50% off in MotoMods. Let me know if you have experienced the exclusive showrooms from Motorola, Moto Hub
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Where it is located at?
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GIP Mall & Logix Mall – Noida
Shipra Mall – Indirapuram
Xperia Mall, Korum Mall & Viviana Mall – Mumbai.