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iPhone 3GS remains in the most sold device in India in the 20,000 Price bracket?

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iPhone 3GS remains in the most sold device in India in the 20,000 Price bracket?

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Despite several phones available in the market in the 20000 price bracket, Vodafone has confirmed that the Apple iPhone remains the most activated device in the past 3 months. This is highly surprising in a country where people have been up talking Blackberries and Android devices, so difficult to believe that we got Rajiv Thakkar, Senior Exec on Vodafone’s panel to talk to us about this .

” In the last three month we have had more activations of the iPhones than any other device in that price segment, with the iPhone 3GS topping in the 20,000 price mark. We have also activated the maximum number of iPhone Data plans, in the last 6 months, since the launch of the iPhone in India.”

– Rajiv Thakkar

Nowwhether  or not this information  is true or a marketing move from Apple, it seems that people still prefer iPhones to other devices. What do you think?

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Bharat Nagpal
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  • Windroid20

    Vodafone has slugish customer service in our area… I hv an andtoid mobile, and when I activated gprs pack on it through vodafone… they considered my phone as iphone, and give me teriff as iphone… May be they consider Android phones as iphone… That’s why he say so…

  • Sid

    Such a flawed article , in a country where phones are 99.9 % times off contract .

    and thers no spefic plans for other phones except BB .
    So vodafone cant know how many androids are there because we just use the regular internet packs .
    and im sure android outsells iphones in india by a huge huge margin.

  • Papapau

    “it seems that people still prefer iPhones to other devices”

    – Oh wait..

    “In the last three month we have had more activations of the iPhones than any OTHER DEVICE in that PRICE SEGMENT..”
    Too specific.. how about comparing iPhones with ALL ANDROID DEVICE sold on ALL PRICE SEGMENT..

    Then we can answer your question clearly about “…people still prefer iPhones to other devices..” do you think I have a point?.. I think so too..

    And I think yes… Making it very very very much specific to look like what it says is a “marketing move from Apple.”