Olive Telecom launches its online store
By MobileDekho Team 13 Oct, 2010 at 10:06:00 AM Description:
With a view to facilitate its users, Olive
Telecom has come up with its all new online stores. Olive Telecom is the producer of Olive Pad VT100
and also covers hand sets like FrvrOn. In ordes to create a base for easy purchase of its products, the company has launched its online stores which will display the products of the company for sale.
The launch of this online purchase website will help the company to further enhance its brand image in front of the users. Moreover the users will now have the ease to make the purchase sitting at home. They can buy all the products from the store including the Olive mobile handsets, notebooks and tablets with a single click.
The option of making a purchase from all ober the world will certainly increase the sales of the company. Exclusively for those not using Internet, a dedicated phone is made available at1800 266 65483.
Varied payment modes are available to the customers which include payment from credit cards , bank transfers or by Cheque /Demand Draft. After the payment, the customers don't have to wait for long as product will be delivered within 5 working days to the state capitals. Moreover the company has made a promise to throw special offers to the online purchasers. This will certainly increase the popularity of their online store.
This is a unique move made by the company which is one of its kind in the mobile world.
Arun Khanna, Chairman, Olive Telecoms on this special occasion commented “There is a huge untapped market in the online space. With increasing penetration and steady growth of active users both in metros and tier II & III cities, this presents a huge opportunity for Olive Telecom to reach its consumers. With the convergence of technology & larger reach of web, this web portal is specially designed to reach all its consumers. Our aim is to be a one-stop shop for our entire product range. We will be extending this feature to cover all our International markets too.”