Mumbai, Feb 25: Africa-based Mi-Fone mobile devices is making its entry in the Indian market with the introduction of four phones.
Alpesh Patel, CEO Mi-Fone, said, "Mi-Fone's entry into the India market started mid 2009 with the signing up of authorized distribution channels. We wanted to test the waters first as we know India to be an extremely competitive market."
Patel further said, "I am confident that with our current sales forecasts the time is right to embark on our brand awareness campaigns nationwide."
The Mi-Fone range of mobile handsets currently available in India includes the Mi-Q family, Mi-5QS, Mi-338, Mi-2010, Mi-323 and Mi-350a.
The Mi-Q family of mobile handsets includes the Mi-Q (voice/SMS), Mi-Q1 GPRS with camera and Dual Sim card as well as the Mi-5QS.
With a full colour screen, FM radio and QWERTY keypad, the Mi-Q range provides affordable and quality user-friendly solutions in a compact package.