As the deadly coronavirus continues to spread to different regions, many countries are putting preventive measures in place to protect its citizenry. One of the most popular preventive measures is a total or partial lockdown. Although this has its adverse effect on an economy, it seems to be working in many areas. In India, there have been a lockdown for some time. However, as the government eases the lockdown, businesses are beginning to resume. Today, Realme announced that its sales and services of smartphones and other products (online & offline) in India has commenced.
We have resumed e-commerce operations in green & orange zones on https://t.co/HrgDJTHBFX, other online platforms & stores nearby you as per the revised government regulations.
— realme (@realmemobiles) May 5, 2020
For online purchases, you can access Realme’s products on its official website. Alternatively, you can get it on Flipkart, and Amazon.in. As for offline purchases, you can only make purchases from regions that are designated “orange and green zones” by the Indian government.
With the recent announcement by the Indian government, companies can now deliver non-essential items in certain regions. According to Realme, since Sunday night, it has been getting massive orders. The company also stated that it has enough stocks to meet the demand until production commences.
However, even in the “orange and green zones”, not all its service centers are open. Realme is playing safe by gradually re-opening its business. Furthermore, it is keeping to every precautionary measure, especially social distancing.