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Motorola: The demand of V3i


Submitted on:20th April 2011

Motorola: The demand of V3i

This report has been submitted as a requirement for ENG105 course

Submitted to: Haroonuzzaman

By: Subhee Sama

Submitted on:20th April 2011

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This report has been approved by Mr. Haroonuzzaman as a requirement for ENG105 course.

Submitted on:20th April 2011


I thank my organization Motorola, Inc. for considering me as deserving staff and allowing me to conduct the research project. Special thanks to Haroonuzzaman sir for the proper guidance and cordial support. I thank you for the confidence and trust that you placed upon me. I will try my level best to fulfill my commitment by working harder.

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1. Problems: • Price of the phone is high. • Need to do more advertisement. • There are wide range of mobile phone to choose from within the same price range as that of the Motorola V3i,that offer the soma features at a better quality.

2. Limitation: • Consumer are not satisfied with the feedback they get after purchasing are using Motorola mobile phone, that is the reason why Motorola loses brand loyalty.

3. Purpose: • To increase the demand. • To satisfy the customer by give better sale service. • To offer some discount
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