Tuesday, 13 December 2011

CeX in India: 4 stores & counting!

UPDATE 13th December 2011

.....and Kurla makes 4 CeX stores in India this year!

We are ecstatic that our fourth Indian store has opened in Kurla today.
2011 marks the year CeX landed in India & we could not be happier.

We have a treasure trove of phones, games, movies and gadgets just waiting for you to buy, sell and exchange.

Come find us on the Ground Floor of the Phoenix Market City Mall, Kurla.

UPDATE 26th October 2011: CeX now open in Bangalore, India.

Here at CeX we are celebrating the opening of our 3rd Indian store in Bangalore. In perfect timing with Diwali, lots of fireworks & smiles going around.

Find CeX Bangalore in the shiny Phoenix Market City Mall.

UPDATE: 5th October 2011: Vashi now joins Pune.

CeX stores in India take after London buses it seems. After waiting ages for one, they come along together, with a new CeX shop just opened in Vashi. Find CeX Vashi just outside CentreOne Mall at 15, Real Tech Park, Plot No. 39/2, Sector 30A, Vashi, Navi Mumbai 400 703. We've two floors of phones, games, movies and gadgets just waiting for you to buy, sell and exchange.

CeX Vashi, now open!

CeX opens in India!

A new day, a new Continent for CeX! We're overjoyed to announce the opening of the first of many CeX stores in India. CeX is now open in Pune, in the shiny Phoenix Market City Mall. Find this historic CeX on the second floor between Fun City and Pizza Hut to see just how much more cash we pay for your stuff.

We're ready seven days a week to help you buy, sell or exchange phones, games, DVDs, Blu-rays, electronics, iPods, cameras, computers, components and displays. Look out for more CeX stores opening in Banglore, Vashi and Mumbai very soon. A website with Indian pricing, stock levels and much more is coming very soon.

CeX Pune, some of the many that made it happen:)

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