Ringing Bells launched 'Freedom 251' mobile, world's cheapest smartphone, in February in the presence of veteran BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi. The company also maintains that the device had been developed "with immense support" from the government. According to Ringing Bells Founder and CEO Mohit Goel, he is facing a loss of Rs 140-Rs 150 per unit, but hopes to make profit on volumes. "We will have a loss, but I am happy that the dream of connecting rural and poor Indians as part of the 'Digital India' and 'Make in India' initiatives has been fulfilled with 'Freedom 251'," Goel said. "Our devices are completely 'Make in India' and were manufactured at our Haridwar-based manufacturing unit. We plan to sell two lakh devices every month," he added.