NOKIA FINED FOR SELLING DAMAGED PHONES

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NOKIA FINED FOR SELLING DAMAGED PHONES

  • 2012-09-02 13:24:45
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News / Smartphones NOKIA FINED FOR SELLING DAMAGED PHONES
Nokia (India) has been directed to pay an amount of Rs.67,000 for not only selling Arora a defective phone, but also fail to repair the device or refund the amount , on a judjment by the South-II District consumer Disputes Redressal court on yesterday

Rohan Arora , a Delhi resident man purchased a Nokia E 90 Phone in July 2007 for Rs.37,000. Arora complained that the phone had poor incoming and outgoing audio right from the start.

Reports says that it was not a defective phone sold and tthe company was failed to repair it or refund the value of the device , from September 2007 , when the phone was first time taken for repairs by Arora

Along with the Nokia India, the single bunch has also held retail merchant Luthra Communications guilty of indulgence in unfair trade practice
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