This week Motorola India declared a joint venture with two top mobile retail chains in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh namely Lot Mobiles and BigC to reinforce its attendance all over the region. The tie-up will make stronger the retail presence of the smartphone maker via Moto Hub shops all over the area, the firm claimed to the media in a statement. “The joint venture plans to provide a delightful user experience in as many as 325 shops (140 Lot Mobiles and 185 BigC stores) in 55 towns of the 2 provinces where they can experience and access the complete collection of Motorola handsets in a retail form,” it claimed to the media in an interview.
The firm declared the extension of “Moto Hub” shops in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh with the roll out of its first such store this week in joint venture with BigC. Managing Director at Motorola Mobility India, Sudhin Mathur, claimed, “Our user-centric plan has assisted us hugely and we have got an overpowering response to Moto Hubs all over the nation.” With the roll out of first Moto Center in the city in joint venture with BigC, we plan to offer access to experience for premium product of Motorola to the users of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh,” he further added in his statement.
“We are additionally joining hands with Lot Mobiles to offer the users of Hyderabad a faultless journey of the complete collection of Motorola goods.” Managing Director and Chairman of BigC, Balu Chowdary, claimed to the media in an interview. He further claimed that the joint venture with Motorola will additionally improve customer engagement and experience.
The Moto Hub shops will house the complete collection of Motorola handsets comprising the online exclusives such as Moto C plus, Moto e4 plus, the popular Moto G families, and Moto X4, in addition to Moto MODs and Moto Z franchise.