Motorola opens first MotoHub store in Hyderabad

Motorola Motohub Hyderabad is eventually expanding its offline presence in South India as well. After Chennai, Motorola now opens its first MotoHub in Hyderabad in partnership with mobile retail chain BigC and personalised mobile store chain Lot Mobiles. The Lenovo sub-brand company is aiming to strengthen its offline retail presence across the country. Motorola, earlier this week, opened a MotoHub in Chennai in partnership with the multi-brand retail chain Poorvika Mobiles.

This is the first MotoHub that Motorola opens for the people of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Commenting on the move, Managing Director of Motorola Mobility India Sudhin Mathur said, “With the launch of first ever ‘Moto Hub’ in partnership with BigC, we aim to provide access to Motorola’s premium product experience to the people of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.” He further added that Motorola has plans to partner with Lot Mobiles, with the aim “to give the people of Hyderabad a seamless experience of the entire portfolio of Motorola products.”
The new MotoHub is also the first one by the company to launch under the collaboration BigC and Lot Mobiles. Customers from Andhra and Telangana can now head on to the MotoHub experience the latest Motorola technology and get a hands-on demo of the entire product portfolio before actually purchashing the products.

In future, Motorola is aiming to open MotoHubs in 185 BigC stores and 140 Lot Mobiles stores across 55 cities in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. On the other hand, the company is also planning to open MotoHubs in 250 Poorvika Stores across 43 cities in Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry, and Karnataka. The Moto Hub in Chennai is the first time that Motorola launched its first-ever experiential store in South India.

Motorola had earlier launched 6 MotoHubs in North India, which are situated in Delhi-NCR and Mumbai and Kolkata. The first offline exclusive MotoHub store was launched in Noida, which is located at the Great India Place Mall. MotoHub stocks all current smartphones and accessories by Motorola.

(With inputs from IANS)