Maxx Mobiles Enters Bangladesh with 12 Mobile Phone Handsets

By September 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

India Based Mobile Phones maker, Maxx Mobiles has just expanded its presence outside India aka Globally. They’ve shared their plans to expand its coverage with announcing their entry in Bangladesh market. In the initial launch, the company has introduced 12 low-priced handsets in the Bangladesh.

In Bangladesh, Maxx Mobiles has appointed MyOne Technology Limited as national distributor. The company stated that their new phones are ideal for all customer segments including those who love to stay connected with their family and friends through social networking phones and those who like to listen music on their phones. “MyOne Technology Limited has been appointed a national distributor for the Bangladesh market to manage the marketing and sales of MAXX Mobiles’ handsets,”said Mr. Shajahan Khan, Minister of Transport (People Republic of Bangladesh), during the launch function of MAXX Mobiles.

Maxx Mobiles Bangladesh Launch Maxx Mobiles Enters Bangladesh with 12 Mobile Phone Handsets

Ajjay Agarwal, CMD, MAXX Group (second from left) with Mr. Razak Khan, Chairman, MyOne Technology (third from left) and Mr. Diluba Tanu MD, MyOne Technology (six from left)

The Range of Maxx Mobiles Phones, which got launched in the Bangladesh includes QWERTY, BAR and Touch Screen phones that are leashed with multimedia and social networking features especially optimized to Bangladesh consumers. You can see the complete models details which are made available in Bangladesh.

Maxx Mobiles Features and Specifications

MAXX MX401: It features unique noise suppression technology to provide noise free conversation to the users.

MAXX Tiny MX372: It is tiny and compact size handset especially designed for those who like small handsets.

MAXX Vista MS502: It is designed for ‘Women of Bangladesh’. It is a features packed slider phone that is packed in a stylish exterior.

MAXX SCOPE MT150 and MT250: They’re touch phones enabled with multimedia features and comes at an affordable price.

MAXX GLO MX388: It is a phone that is targeted to mobile gamers who love to play games on the go.

MAXX RAVE MX182: It delivers longer battery backup of up to 30 days, ideal for field workers and those who are living in power-shortage areas.

MAXX PANDA MX184: It is a value for money multimedia features enabled Bar Style Phone that is packed with Bangla keypad

MAXX CHROME MX513: It is targeted to music lovers who are crazy to listen songs on phone in loud sound. The MX513 is equipped with stereo speakers for maximum and loud sound performance.

MAXX MS830: It is a slider touch screen phone that is packed with basic and multimedia features.

MAXX MX2K: It is a combination of BAR Phone-cum-Touch Screen. Means, it is equipped with both touch screen and keypad.

Commenting on Bangladesh Launch, Mr. Ajjay Agarwal, Chairman & Managing Director, MAXX Group said, “The market in Bangladesh is as dynamic as the market in India with a clear demand for good quality contemporary handsets at reasonable prices. Our ‘value for money’ proposition is, hence, the absolute right fit for consumers in Bangladesh. Keeping the local essence in mind, we have customized handsets with Bangla language and keypads. We intend to design more phones in the near future based on feedback from our Bangla users and we will aim to grab substantial amount of market share. “Apart from Bangladesh, MAXX Mobiles is currently present in UAE, Nepal and Fiji. We plan to expand our reach to many more countries in the near future,” added Mr. Agarwal.

MAXX Mobiles has stated that all these mobile phones will be available along with 2G or 4GB memory card pre-loaded with Indian and Bangladesh music. The company also mentioned that they’ll launch 6 handsets in the consecutive month.

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