May 18: After the spectacular fail of the Freedom 251 and docoss phones, which were launched in the Indian market promising to be the cheapest smartphones in the world, another phone has made similar claims, except the price is much much lower than even the previous two phones! Named after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularly aspiatonal promise of ‘achche din’ and even with his initials in the name, the Namotel Achchhe Din has been made available at an unblievably cheap price of Rs. 99- yes, it’s cheaper than a McDonald’s burger! Also Read - 'Freedom 251' Maker Ringing Bells Founder Mohit Goel Arrested For Extorting Money in Lieu of Settling Rape Case

The name of the company, Namotel, has never been heard before, but hey, so was the case with Ringing Bells and docoss too, right? The promoter of the company Madhava Reddy, said at a press conference in Bengaluru that the phone was 3G enabled and it will be made available between May 17 and May 25 at its special launch price. The exact process of booking a handset of the phone is not clear yet, but according to Gadgets 360 degree, anyone wanting to book one for themselves (risk doing that, if you ask us), will have to sign up for a service called BeMyBanker to proceed with it. ALSO READ: Docoss X1 at Rs 888 on Another Freedom 251 like scam in making? Also Read - 'Freedom 251' fraud: Police hunt for other directors

The process also involves divulging information like the Aadhar Card Number and giving one photograph. The phone is available with cash on delivery service, with nominal delivery charges applicable. The company website says, “This model is limited and it is applicable only for India and who holds Aadhar Identity.” However, it does not mention an exact figure about the number of handsets available, or even about delivery dates. However, Rs. 99 is just the launch price- the actual price of the phone is Rs. 2,999. The features of the phone include 4-inch display Android 5.1 Lollipop, a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, and 1GB RAM. Also Read - Freedom 251's maker Mohit Goel quits as Ringing Bells MD