Chinese handset maker Xiaomi opened its 1000th service centre in Hyderabad on June 20. Manu Jain, Vice President, Xiaomi and Managing Director, Xiaomi India, said the company launched its 500th authorized service centre in Bengaluru in June 2017 and within a year the number of service centres in India had doubled. Also Read - Poco F3 GT review: Good, but still not a true Poco F1 successor
“Since then the company witnessed a substantial 100 per cent growth in its service centre initiatives, earning a Customer Satisfaction score of 86 per cent with an industry Field Failure rate at less than half of the industry average highlighting the impressive quality and reliability standards of the companys devices,” Jain said. Also Read - Realme Band 2 fitness band launched in India to take on Mi Band 6, price set at Rs 2,999
Replying to a query, he said Xiaomi expects offline retail to account for about half of its smartphone sales, up from about 30 per cent currently, by next year as it expands its presence into small cities. Also Read - Redmi 9 Activ budget phone silently launched in India: First sale date, specs and other details
The company also has 500 authorised service centres for Mi TVs across India.
Xiaomi India has introduced multiple initiatives which are inspired by the efficiency of internet, and made the after sales service for its users more enhanced, leading to a lower wait time, reduced turn around time and higher CSAT, he added.
This is published unedited from the PTI feed.