"Today we have launched the first two Android branded retail stores, one in Noida and other in Bangalore, in the country. In next 12 to 18 months our target is to open between standalone 50 to 100 AndroidLand stores," Spice Global's Co-founder and Group CEO Dilip Modi said.
He said that the company has opened the store in direct arrangement with Google and executives in these stores have been trained by Google who will help customers analyze their needs and provide softwares in their phone as per their requirement.
The company runs over 650 mobile retail chain in the name of Spice Hotspot across country. The AndroidLand stores opened by company will have active mobile phones and tablets for customers to experience instead of dummy models.
"We also have network company managed 650 mobile shops within which we expect to create about 100 such experience zones where customer can check applications live with help of Wi-Fi in the AndroidLand stores before buying device," Dilip Modi said.
Without disclosing the business target, Dilip Modi said that around 100 thousand Android based devices are shipped every day in India which offers huge potential to make business.
Spice along with its own handsets will sell devices from company like Samsung, Sony, HTC, Lenovo, Xolo, Micromax, Karbonn and LG through AndroidLand Stores.
The company's retail mobile phone business contributes about Rs 2,400 crore per annum, he said.


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