After unveiling its flagship device MX5 in India, Chinese smartphone maker Meizu has announced to expand its servicing facility across the country. Currently, Meizu has 28 customer service centres in India and it is planning to launch 40 more service centres in the country in near future. The service centres will be located across 20 cities in the country. Additionally, the smartphone maker is also likely to be the first smartphone brand to launch a doorstep servicing facility in the country.
The consumers can reach Meizu customer service centres by sending an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The company also has a hotline number -- 180030709925 -- and a WhatsApp service at 919958547110 and +919958534889.
Li Nan, vice president of marketing at Meizu Technology, said, "We are happy to announce our entry into India through the MX5 and look forward to playing a leading role in shaping the smartphone market here. For the next few months, after-sales services will be the key focus for MEIZU. We currently have 28 customer service centers and are looking to take that number to 40 across 20 cities in the near future, to serve existing and potential customers better."
Meizu is counted as one of the biggest competitors of Xiaomi in China. In India, the brand got decent response after launching its budget device Meizu M2 Note, which is similarly priced as its competitor in India -- Lenovo K3 Note. Meizu has also launched a mid-budget device, dubbed as MX5, in India. It is supposed to compete with Xiaomi Mi 4, ASUS ZenFone 2 and OnePlus One. The exclusive seller of Meizu, Snapdeal has sold all its stock within 24 hours of the announcement.