Lenovo owned Motorola on Tuesday allianced with Reliance Digital to display is complete product portfolio via Moto Hubs at over 150 Reliance and MyJio stores.
The Moto Hubs at Reliance Digital and My Jio stores will provide consumers easy access to all Motorola products. It also includes online exclusive smartphones.
BV Mallikarjuna Rao, Regional General Manager of Motorola Mobility India said, “ With this partnership. We aim to provide customers with easy access to company’s premium products across India”.
The first Moto Hub under the partnership was inaugurated at R-City in Mumbai. In the presence of Shashank Sharma, Executive Director, Motorola Mobility and Lenovo MBG Asia Pacific region. Along with, Kaushal Nevrekar, CMO, Reliance Digital. Also, Pradeep Bhosale, Head of Business-Productivity, Reliance Digital, and others.
Moreover, the company plans to open multiple Moto Hubs at Reliance Digital and My Jio stores at key locations in the country.
Reliance digital is the consumer durables and information technology concept from Reliance on Retail Ltd. It has more than 2,000 electronics stores across India including MyJio stores.
Motorola India recently announced a partnership with domestic multi-brand retail chain Sangeetha Mobiles. In order to strengthen its retail presence in the country through Moto Hubs.
Motorola plans to open Moto Hubs in over 475 Sangeetha Mobiles stores in seven states. States including Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Karnataka.
Along with Moto X4 and Moto Z2 Force smartphones, Moto Hubs provide access and availability to online-exclusive devices like Moto e4 plus and Moto g5 plus. Motorola India is set to introduce its new generation of ‘G’ series phones – Moto G6 and G6 Play on June 4.
Nevrekar added, “Motorola brings in the legacy of unparalleled mobile technology, making this partnership a perfect combination. We share Motorola’s vision of providing premium customer experiences and are excited to start off this relationship”.