An American telecommunications company, Motorola planning to expand its moto hub by next quarter to support India’s offline retail segment. The company aims to expand moto hub to 1000.
Mobile Business Asia Pacific Head at Lenovo, Shashank Sharma said, “India is a key part of our global plans. While we have a very strong online presence, we are also building up the retail piece.” Further, he added, “We have 600 Moto Hubs across the country and we are looking at taking this number to 1,000 by next quarter.”
Recently, Moto has launched Moto G series, has about 600 Moto Hubs. In 2014, Motorola which is part of Lenovo Group had re-entered the Indian market in an exclusive partnership with Flipkart. The company has expanded its presence offline as well as online. Motorola has as of late guided ‘Pitstop’ where the organization enabled clients to get their out-of-guarantee telephones repaired at minimal charges.
Shashank Sharma said, “Users brought their out-of-warranty phones and paid for only the parts that were changed. It was a pilot we ran and we will see if we can expand the model elsewhere.”
Apart from this, on Monday the company launched the new generation Moto G series smartphones in India and the price for Moto G6 starts at Rs 13,999 for the base model while Moto G6 Play will retail at Rs 11,999. Motorola’s new smartphones has major design changes along with minor specifications upgrades.