Ziox Mobile Phones to make debut in India

by | Apr 6, 2015

Aims to go Global after India launch

New Delhi, Apr 3, 2015: Sun Airvoice Pvt. Ltd., Delhi headquartered business conglomerate has today announced that it will shortly enter India’s mobile phone market with a range of delectably priced best in class devices under the brand name Ziox.

Commenting on the proposed launch Mr. Dilip Mukheja, Vice President, Sales, Ziox, said, “To begin with, we will initially launch our phones in a few states and will subsequently spread our footprints in other parts of the country. After our India launch, we also plan to take Ziox to International markets.”

The soon to be launched handsets will be priced at sub 7,000 rupees and promise to offer uncompromising connectivity and features.

Mr. Vikas Jain, Managing Director, Sun Airvoice Pvt. said, “In line with the government’s Make in India campaign, we plan to set up a manufacturing plant in India to make mobile handsets shortly. This will enable us to meet our customers’ rapidly changing preferences and demands.”
About Sun Airvoice Pvt. Ltd.

About Sun Airvoice Pvt. Ltd.

With an impeccable track record and multiple business ventures, Sun Airvoice Pvt. Ltd. operates across key sectors including hospitality, construction and distribution. Given the rapidly evolving Indian economy and changing preferences of discerning consumers, the group is well positioned to capitalize on the numerous opportunities that will come with this transformation. Sun Airvoice aims to aggressively expand its line of businesses in the coming years, which will be guided by the three parameters of ethics, quality, and best trade practices.


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