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Last updated: 09 Dec, 2014  

snapdeal.thumb.jpg Acer ties up with Snapdeal to sell smartphones in India

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SME Times News Bureau | 09 Dec, 2014
IT company Acer has restarted its smartphone business in India in partnership with Snapdeal and launched two new mobile devices, the company said Monday.

Snapdeal.com will retail two smartphone models under the Acer Liquid Series - the Liquid Jade, and the Liquid E700.

The Acer Liquid Jade is available for Rs.16,999 and the Acer Liquid 700 is available for Rs.11,999.

"Mobiles and tablets are one of the fastest growing segments for Snapdeal.com with customers becoming more feature- and value-conscious. Acer is globally known for its performance and smart computing systems, they are now entering the Indian smartphone market and we are happy to partner with them in this journey," said Abhishek Passi, vice president for business strategy at Snapdeal.com.

"At Snapdeal.com, we are constantly on the lookout for offering our customers great value buys and Acer smartphones are a valuable addition to our smartphone category," he said.
 
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