Should you order a Namotel Rs 99: Is it a scam??

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“Acche din aane wale hain”, using this famous quote of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi the Namotel Company from Bangalore announced their new smartphone “Acche Din” to be the cheapest in the history. It is claimed that a single Namotel Acche Din smartphone will charge INR 99 only. The Namotel smartphone has 1 GB RAM integrated on Android 5.1 Lollipop OS along with 1.3 GHz quadcore processor. 4GB internal memory with 2MP primary and 0.3MP secondary camera are other features of this phone.Who won’t like to get such a cheap priced smartphone like Namotel’s Acche Din? But the issue is, is it reality or just a scam?

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Namotel : How to Order One

The people are well aware of Ringing Bells Freedom 251 and Docoss X1 in the recent past. The Freedom 251 was priced INR 251 and Docoss X1 was priced INR 888. But just after getting viral on the media and news, suddenly disappeared and the availability of smartphone in three figures Indian price was nothing but just a scam. Therefore, it is getting hard to believe that Namotel Acche Din smartphone won’t have such an outcome at the end.
The marketing strategy and selling technique is quite different from that of Freedom 251 and Docoss X1. If you want to have this smartphone priced only INR 99, you have to order Namotel online. To order Namotel Acche Din smartphone, visit the official website of Namotel where you can buy or order Namotel’s phone. The Namotel Acche Din smartphone is available on cash on delivery and no hidden or extra charges are charged to the customer, said the resources. The booking dates for order Namotel Acche Din smartphone are from May, 17 to May 25, 2016.

But the alarming thing is, that the official website to order Namotel Acche Din smartphone is down since the announcement is made. Many news agencies like Statesman reported the website to be down all the time when tried to reach. Some other claimed that to order Namotel smartphone, one have to get registered on through Aadhar Card and get the lifetime membership costing INR 199. The experts are of the opinion that all of this is nothing, but to promote and increase its members. But the astonishing news is, that even the website is down and all the online buying procedure looks like April fool for which one tries a lot and at the end gets nothing but a huge laugh.

The past experience and ground realities show that all these schemes are never believed to be true as the company itself mentioned the original cost/price of the phone to be INR 2999 while the buying price is claimed to be INR 199 giving the impression of a INR 2990 discount on a single phone. Such a discount is hard to believe one any product and it seems that this Namotel Acche Din smartphone will have the same results as happened to Freedom 251 and Docoss X1 smartphones. Now it is up to you, whether order it or not?