Quick Heal ties-up with Big C Mobiles to increase mobile security adoption in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

Quick Heal Technologies has announced a strategic partnership with Big C Mobiles (South India’s most trusted mobile retail chain). The partnership will enable Quick Heal to tap into Big C’s vast retail presence of over 225+ mobile stores in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana and increase the adoption of next-generation mobile security solutions in the region.

Big C Mobiles is a retail chain player for smartphones and mobiles in AP & Telangana. With this partnership, customers in the region will be able to experience and access Quick Heal Total Security for Android. Experts at Big C Mobiles will also educate customers about the various benefits that they stand to avail by securing their mobile devices with this next-generation mobile security solution.

Kailash Katkar, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer – Quick Heal Technologies, said, “As mobile emerges as the key driver of digitisation in the country, it has become all the more necessary for smartphone users to protect their devices with leading-edge mobile security solutions. Our partnership with Big C Mobiles falls in line with our mission of enabling robust digital security for all the netizens. This association will ensure that smartphone devices of the digital-first population in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana – where Big C Mobiles is the largest retail mobile chain – are protected against the rapidly-evolving threat vectors.”

Speaking on the association, Mr. M. Balu Chowdary, Founder & CMD – Big C Mobiles, said, “It is no secret that Hyderabad is counted amongst the fastest emerging global cities. In fact, there are many other cities in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana where the adoption of mobile internet users is increasing at a rapid pace. And what connects everybody across age-groups as well as geographies is smartphone ownership. Our strategic partnership with Quick Heal Technologies, the leading digital security solutions provider in India, only goes to reinforce our joint vision of enabling smartphone users to have a safe and secure digital experience.”

On the back of its strategic partnerships and robust channel network, Quick Heal has established a strong physical presence of over 25,000 partners across the country. The recent development is another step towards achieving its vision of protecting consumers and businesses from malicious threats in the cyberspace through its state-of-the-art offerings.

2 thoughts on “Quick Heal ties-up with Big C Mobiles to increase mobile security adoption in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

  • December 21, 2019 at 2:10 pm
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    Recently, I brought a Realme X2 phone from the #Big C using deals from the SavePlus site. I got 25% off on my order and the best place.

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  • January 3, 2020 at 4:42 pm
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    Recently, I placed an order of Realme X2 mobile at Big C mobiles. And with the help of deals from the Saveplus site. I got Rs. 750/- on my order and the best place. Thank You!

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