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Sachin Bansal
... 0 rated apps for limited time doesnt go against . Costs/competition are very high. Can't be sustained for long... (2/3)
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ग़ैर राजनीतिक 🍋 غیر سیاسی 8 Apr 15
this way of slyly supporting this will cost a lot even before the law sees light of day
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Mitesh Ashar 8 Apr 15
Replying to @_sachinbansal
If you're so concerned about sustaining, spend a tad bit lesser on TV ads. Everyone & their mom & pop know about ur company…
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Mitesh Ashar 8 Apr 15
Replying to @_sachinbansal
… You can't buy your sustenance by selling off OUR freedom of choice to kill your competition.
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Sharat M R 8 Apr 15
this is so gonna flood. Its not late, this can be corrected. Change the stance
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Abhi 8 Apr 15
Replying to @_sachinbansal
you put up a store, you choose a way to run it. People might soon choose not to buy from you. No .
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Akash Gupta 8 Apr 15
Replying to @_sachinbansal
Agree! I believe is broken when i pay same amount for two services but get different speed in accessing them!
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Akash Gupta 8 Apr 15
Replying to @_sachinbansal
much of the debate is sentimental rather than fundamental. And businesses are not built on sentiments alone!
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Deepak 8 Apr 15
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Jai Anand 8 Apr 15
Replying to @_sachinbansal
It does, especially if the player is not new and is already established!
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Jai Anand 8 Apr 15
Replying to @_sachinbansal
I just hope you have done competition law compliance, if not, I request you to do it.
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Anja Kovacs 8 Apr 15
as if something that so massively favours the incumbents will stay 'for a limited time only'
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#FourBrinjal 8 Apr 15
Can't be sustained Sachin? Then get the heck out of this business.
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#FourBrinjal 8 Apr 15
Stop buying online. Support small retailers. Dump Flipkart
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#FourBrinjal 8 Apr 15
Flipkart is not an Indian company. Right?
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Sharat M R 8 Apr 15
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Pranshu Singh 9 Apr 15
Why should corporations pay for a user's data - not a level playing field,its 's Mafia raj
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Anupam Ashish 9 Apr 15
Replying to @_sachinbansal
I would rather pay more money for my data plan, than agree with your costs/competition argument.
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