NEW DELHI: Since he announced the launch of a mobile phone for Rs 251, Mohit Goel has faced widespread scepticism, along with visits by police and income tax officials at his rented two-storey office in Noida. However, the Amity University graduate insists that he will not only deliver the phones at the stunning price he has quoted, but also make a profit of Rs 31 on each handset sold.
"Why am I being hounded? What wrong have I done?" Goel asked in the course of an exclusive interview with TOI. The director of Ringing Bells insists that his new venture is not a fly-by-night operation and will begin customer deliveries from April 15.
“为什么我受到追捕？我做错了什么？”Goel在接受印度时报记者的专访时说。响铃公司（ Ringing Bells）的这位主管坚称，他的新企业并非不可靠，会从4月15日开始进行客户产品交付。
This phone may be a toy for kids,still price is good
i hope it dosnt explode.
Raju Narasimha N
Agree, lets wait and watch, if he delivers than it shows how other companies are looting with exorbitant prices, and they will have to cut down the prices
With the current market prices of mobiles, the freedom251 price is unbelievable. Either the bubble of current mobile prices will shatter or the bubble of freedom251 will break. Just need to wait and watch which bubble shatters first.
That is fine but if the device works well for INR 251 it will surely revolutionize the smart phone industry in India.
May be the trick lies in the pre installed apps
He has confident that is good... anyhow price is lesser than one KFC bucket chicken... :-)
不管怎样，价格比肯德基的鸡肉块更便宜 ... :-)
Crores and crores of poor households will benefit. He should have been appreciated and not condemned.
Electronic waste and recycled plastic are is quite cheap. Nuclear waste is much more cheap, one can get paid for taking it.
you will get much profit