BoAt service center Delhi

Boat service center Delhi address, boat customer care number, and boat product accessibility in Delhi at the service center in Delhi. If you feel any problem related to your boat unit, you can get in touch with the boat customer service center in Delhi with all the details and references below. Boat creates an amazing customer experience by fixing boat items.

What Products are Available in Delhi

    • Bassheads 102/103/152/162/172/182/180/200/220/225/228/100/110/152/162/242/900/910
    • Rockerz 235V2/255/255R/255F/255 Pro/255F Pro/255R Pro/400/410/450/510
    • Airdopes 311 V2/171/173/200/201/203/381/382/383/441/443
    • Micro Rugged V3
    • Micro USB 100/500
    • Type C 1/2M
    • Dual Rapid Car Charger
    • Nirvana UNO
    • LTG Cable 1M/2M
    • Stone 1000 Black/200 Blue/200 Black/Grenade
    • Rugby Blue/Black

BoAt Service Center in Delhi

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About Boat Company:

Accessories like headphones have provided a big boost to the growing smartphone ecosystem. Although Bose Corporation, Sony Corporation, and Bang & Olufsen are go-to brands in the affordable segment when it comes to premium headphones, a-Delhi-based boAt lifestyle company has captivated millennials with its enticing pricing, cool products and grass-root understanding of what young customers want. In an interview with Mint, boAt lifestyle co-founder Aman Gupta elaborated on the philosophy behind boAt, its future plans, the impact of coronavirus, and why production is critical in India.

Going by the numbers, in India, we are actually number one in headphones. But there is no information to back it up as there are no headphone sales statistics. We sold 8,000-10,000 units every day in 2019, and this year we expect to sell more than 10,000 units every day. In gross sales and eyeing ~500 crores by 2021, we reported ~100 crores in FY18. We have got a repeat rate of 30 percent.

Nearly 99 percent of the Indian demand for headphones, which includes headphones above 500, is produced outside, primarily in China. If the (spread of) coronavirus persists for longer, it will certainly lead to a lag in the creation and production of impacts. In February, we had a sale scheduled and we had to postpone it so that we would have enough goods for next month. We’re closely monitoring what’s going on there. We’ve got buffered goods until 15 March. We would consider getting them by air if the situation doesn’t change.






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