Xiaomi India now facilitates booking service centre appointments online. This innovative queue management solution powered by hate2wait was implemented by Xiaomi in their store website and app. Let’s see more about this new service feature from Mi and how to book an appointment online.

Mi fans! Now no need to wait in line at a Mi Service Centre. All you need to do is open the Mi Store app and get in queue online. It’s that simple. We’re the first smartphone company to bring this feature to the market. We truly believe in ‘Innovation for Everyone’ and now, innovation in everything.

Hate2wait is an intelligent queue management solution. It provides an easy and efficient way to manage queues for multiple types of businesses. It also helps consumers to find merchants where the wait is least, join queue remotely and reach just in time. The brain behind this innovation is the alumni of IIT Roorkee.

Xiaomi India Enables Online Service Appointment : Powered By hate2wait

Until now, Mi users had to wait in the physical queue at service centres to get things done. But, with hate2wait, you can select the service centre of your convenience and join the virtual queue. Upon submitting the required details, a token will be generated, which you can utilize at the respective service center. This will help customers to save a lot of time and trouble made by bunking work hours.

How To Book A Mi Service Appointment

  1. Download and Open Mi Store App.
  2. Go to account option and select customer service.
  3. Select the service centre from the submenu.
  4. Now choose Book service appointment from the bottom.
  5. Select your city from the drop-down menu.
  6. Choose the service centre near you and join the queue.
  7. Enter details like mobile number, name, and issue to get a token. (or)
  8. Visit Mi.Hate2Waitapp.com, select city and proceed.

Meanwhile, in another news, Xiaomi India has partnered with ZestMoney to enable cardless EMI feature on their website. Xiaomi’s prime focus is now improving customer service, as they are holding a 17% share in Indian smartphone market. Even then customers are giving mixed response for the service provided at authorized centers. Hope you enjoyed the article, Peace!

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