Dvcomm.in eShoppers To Get 365 Days Free Door Service 

SRINAGAR — Delhi based ecommerce company DVCOMM.IN has entered the exclusive e-marketing business of IT, Telecommunications and Electronics products with an innovative strategy of rendering 365 days free door service with warranty of the products sold directly with the OEMs as against 10 days money back policy practiced by most eMarketing companies.

Mr Sumit Kaushik working with iEnergizer group said – “ This is a good offer that gave me immense confidence to pick up a LED TV of VU brand and a wifi extender with a UPS for my new house as I can get a door service from DVCOMM who will directly liaise with VU and other OEMs for me and save me the botheration of going to their service centers “

Talking to newsmen DVCOMM’s Marketing Chief Mr. Prithvi Rajawat said this scheme would help them in making early break through on customers confidence level and the customer would find it more handy to place orders with them. 

He said as the company is being led by a group of technocrats and professionals and its entire team of marketing staff as well as it’s call centers personals were all qualified B.Tech engineers would automatically give them an added advantage in establishing a direct link with the buyers.

He said the company which began its journey since  May, 2018  had already been able to make its dent felt in the market with a monthly sales of over rupees one lakh business per day have already been generate business worth to the tune of Rs 2.5 crores in the just concluded calendar year.

DVCOMM’s product line includes Telephone Handsets, Senior Phones, Laptops, TVs, WiFi Routers / Extenders, Bluetooth Devices, a wide range of IT & Electronic Products and Musical instruments. 

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