The new entrant in the Indian mobile handsets market Fujezone is looking to increase its sales by 70 percentage by the end of the year 2011. According to the company, “We see a noteworthy sales growth of 45% percentage in the last six months.” Fujezone, which currently has 30 service centres, is also planning to launch 100 service centres across the country by the end of the fiscal year 2009-2010. Satyak Kapur, vice president, Fujezone, further stated, “Our aim is to become one of the most preferred handset companies in India. We plan to ensure that Fujezone is known throughout country as a value phone brand. Our plan is to cover at least 60% of India by end of fiscal year 2009-2010.” Fujezone, a brand under Nakamichi Techno Pvt Ltd, had already come up with line-up of mobile phones that are combined with Dual Sim, along with other features. But seeing tremendous opportunities, the company plans to foray in to GSM+CDMA technologies based mobile handsets in the months to come. “Our testing team is working on dual-sim phones with GSM and CDMA technologies. Once we get all the approvals in places we will launch the models in the Indian market,” added Kapur.