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Chinese maker has launched Mi Express Kiosk, vending machines which allow consumers to purchase smartphones and mobile accessories directly. The kiosks are designed to accept all forms of payments across credit cards, debit cards, cash and UPI, said the company.

The company said that smartphone at its vending machines is available at the same price to that of Mi Homes and Mi.com.

The company said it aims to set up several kiosks in the coming months, and gradually expand the retail plan across more cities. These Mi Express Kiosks can be found across metro cities in public areas with greater footfall such as tech parks, metro stations, airports, and shopping malls.

The company said that Mi Express Kiosks will soon be installed throughout the metro cities and customers can also access information on the locations of these kiosks on the company website.

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