Teewe 2 to be available offline in Spice hotspot stores from 20th August

By August 18th, 2015 AT 3:37 PM

Mango Man Consumer Electronics Pvt. Ltd., makers of streaming stick Teewe, and Spice Hotspot today announced their association to bring the Teewe media streaming stick to Spice Hotspot mobile retail stores in India.
Teewe 2 vs Google Chromecast Size Comparison
The product will be available from August 20th, 2015 at select stores in Bangalore and Delhi.

Speaking on the association, Sai Srinivas, CEO & Co-Founder, Mango Man Consumer Electronics Pvt. Ltd., said “Following up on the overwhelming response to Teewe 2, we decided to make our product available offline as well and decided on a trusted partner like Spice Hotspot that places customers at the forefront of their strategy. It is a great fit and we hope that both Spice Hotspot customers and Teewe customers get to experience the best of cutting edge technology and smart innovation together, in one place. Apart from our e-commerce offering, this is a great way to expand our reach on ground to a larger set of customers and to help them get started on the Teewe experience.”

Commenting on the association, Krishna Kumar, CEO, Spice Hotspot, said, “Spice Hotspot recognizes Teewe as not only a relevant accessory to the wide smartphone product range at our stores, but also as a partner who’s aligned with our vision of giving people access to the best possible technology at affordable prices. Our customers are at the core of our company’s strategy and we always strive to introduce products that delight our customers and a great entertainment innovation like Teewe is a step forward in that direction. We hope our customers will seize this opportunity and experience this great piece of technology at our Spice Hotspot stores.”

Also read: Teewe 2 Review: A Chromecast Competitor

With unique, interactive demo stations set up at each store, customers will get a chance to experience the magic of Teewe products, firsthand. Teewe will be available at a special launch offer price of INR 2,199/- across selected Spice Hotspot stores and can also be purchased on its website, teewe.in .The two companies have come together with an aligned vision of introducing the so far untapped category of media streaming, with all its entertainment possibilities to net savvy consumers.

Physiotherapist by day and techno buff by evening, Esmail is our very own in-house spectrum specialist. He has a keen eye for the Mobile data and DTH segments.

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Great to see a desi variant of Google Chromecast. Hope it has a success story in India.

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