Screen Protection Solution for Coronavirus Launched in Kashmir

“With the launch of this product in Kashmir, customers have an option to use electronic gadgets safely.”

Srinagar- Flash Solutions, a Hyderabad-based firm, has launched screen protection product Flashgard in Kashmir with an objective to safeguard electronic devices from all kinds of risks including prevention of Coronavirus.

“With the launch of this product in Kashmir last week, customers have an option to use electronic gadgets safely,” Khalid Nazir, Zonal Distributor Kashmir, said.

“We have distributed the product to various reputed stores and the response has been amazing,” Khalid added. “Display protection for each side of the smartphone costs 150 rupees, a customer can opt for one or both sides. We offer a wide range of designs in this regard.”

The company claims to offer a diverse range of anti-microbial films which help in the prevention of coronavirus and other bacteria. The product range also includes canvas for back-panels and anti-bacterial sprays.

The company says they use an onsite technology for protection of all gadgets. Apart from display protection, they offer to change the look of smartphones, tablets, laptops and a wide range of decorative films with over 7000 designs.

Flashgard was founded with the goal of providing smartphone users with on demand screen protection films that prevent the screens from breakage and protection from various viruses and bacteria,” said Venkat Rao, Founder of Flash Solutions.

“We are looking forward to expanding our services by March 2022. And by June 2022, the company is planning to launch International operations.”

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