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Prices for mobile phones have risen by 15 percent – Tech news Hindi


This season of Diwali, mobile phones have seen the Mid-Range Price Index (ASP) online and offline. This was stated by an Economic Times report. Retailers have seen a 12-15 percent jump in retail price. Due to the lack of equipment in the market due to customer constraints, customers had to buy phones at higher prices.

The selling price around this year was Rs 19,000
The Economic Times report quoted technology firm Counterpoint Research as saying that the average selling price (sale price) of phones sold online this year was Rs 19,000, up from Rs 17,000 last year. At the same time, in 2019, the average selling price of mobile phones was Rs 13,000. “This is the highest price for mobile phones online and offline,” said Neil Shah, a colleague at Counterpoint Research.

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This year the shopping season in India started in the first week of October. Amazon Announces Its Big Celebration in India with Flipkart Billion Day Sales. The sale season was in full swing this past weekend of Diwali. In the report, Navkendra Singh, Director of Research, IDC India, said, “Companies cannot afford big decisions under Rs 10,000 which is why the selling price has increased.” Metabolic issues were a major cause of rising prices. Lack of shipping supplies forced the companies to ship the phones.

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