DataWind Customer Care

DataWind Customer care number

Contact Number (Not Toll Free)

Waiting Time

  •    2-3 minutes

Hours of Operation

  • 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Customer Service Number (Others)

  • N/A

Planning to buy a new tablet for educational purposes and therefore need to know the best models that will suit your needs and purpose? Need to know about any upcoming or recently launched smartphones so that you can check them out before buying a new smartphone? Want to know the location of the nearby service centre that you can quickly repair your malfunctioned device? Wish to know about any on-going offers or discounts, so that you can exchange your old smartphone or tablet for a new one? No problems. Datawind Customer Care will help you answer any queries of yours and will also solve any kind of problems that you may face with your device.

About DataWind

Datawind is a company based in Canada which is engaged in the designing and manufacturing of various kinds of tablet computers and also mobile phones as well. The headquarters of the company is based in Ontario, Canada. The company is very much known for its low-cost tablets, which it sells in countries like Nigeria, India, Canada, USA and UK. The company is also responsible for manufacturing the Aakash Tablet, which was touted as the world’s cheapest tablet, and was released in India for around $38 per unit. The CEO of the company is Suneet Tuli, while the CFO of the company is Dan Hilton.

DataWind Head Office

  • Address: Datawind Innovation Pvt. Ltd. Phoola Singh Burj, Amritsar, Punjab 143001
  • Phone No: +91 0183-6668500
  • Founder: Suneet and Raja Tuli
  • Established in: 2001
  • Key People: Suneet Tuli, CEO
    Raja Tuli, Co-founder, CTO
    Dan Hilton, CFO

DataWind History

Datawind was founded in the year 2001. The company has been operational for almost for more than 18 years now. The company started to launch its products in the year 2004, and its products were mainly sold in the UK. In the same year, the company also launched in a mobile phone including PDA, called the PocketSurfer. In the year 2011, the company launched the world’s cheapest tablet, known as the Aakash Tablet. In the year 2012, the company launched its Ubislate 7 and 7C in India as well. As of the year 2013, the company had a market share of 15.3 per cent. As of the year 2018, the company was de-listed from the Toronto Stock Exchange due to its share price falling below $0.02.

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