Wynncom Signs Saif Ali Khan to Endorse Mobile Phones

Wynn Telecom Limited the Handset venure of Luminous, the leading Power & Energy Storage brand has geared up to enter into the fast-growing mobile handset market under the brand name Wmynncom.

Wmynncom has roped in Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan as the company’s new brand ambassador and planned to make its presence felt in the market by May deploying robust pan-India distribution network.

The company will be initially launching seven models of dual SIM handsets in the sub Rs 5,000 price range.

Wynncom GSM & CDMA Mobile phones will be preloaded with social networking tools & value added services and will  be available in Dual SIM models.

Wynn Mobile Phones are categorized into following:

Utility phones: Cheap, heavy-duty battery,Stylish looks, Multiple language support.

Upgrade Phones: Multimedia, Camera mobile.

Youth Phones: Fully loaded, QWERTY keypad, Music, Web Browsing and social networking.

Speaking on the announcement of Brand Ambassador, Mr. Rakesh Malhotra, Co-Founder and Chairman, Wynn Telecom Ltd. said, “We believe that the association is a perfect match between Saif’s personality and what we stand for as a brand – We are glad to sign him as he is admired, aggressive and extremely popular within the youth.”

Wynn Telecom Limited (WTL) is an extension of SAR Group of companies which is for its flagship brand Luminous, known as a leading Power & Energy Storage brand with a global presence, delivering Inverters, UPS, Batteries and Renewable Energy solutions.

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June 25, 2011 1:36 pm 1:36 PM

I am also waiting for Nokia dual sim mobile.

May 3, 2010 8:33 pm 8:33 PM

@Vijay Raj
Hi, Does ur phones come with SAR( specific absorption rate) as per the European norms?

May 3, 2010 8:19 pm 8:19 PM

If i m not wrong then directly or indirectly Wyncom is associated with Lava.Their directors are same,Mr.Sunil Bhalla(Luminous).Even Lava procures the handsets from where Nokia does.