By 2020, you’re likely going to be paying over a thousand dollars for an electric toothbrush.

However, the cost of electric toothpaste is still being hammered home by manufacturers, and this has led to some of the most high-profile price wars in the history of the industry.

In the US alone, toothpastes can cost up to $2,000, while toothbrushing is priced at $800.

In India, the average price of a toothbrush ranges from $1,500 to $3,000.

It’s a situation that has been exacerbated by the government-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) pricing policies that allow consumers to buy cheap electric toothpasthes and other electric products.

This has led many Indian consumers to shop around, and the prices have risen.

However as more and more consumers opt for electric toothcare products, the price of the products are going up, and consumers are not only losing money on the products but are also finding that the prices they pay for them are not necessarily reflected in the prices of their toothbrush.

The BSNL has been struggling with a shortage of toothbrands in the country since 2016, and in 2017, it launched a campaign called ‘Bharat Toothbrush Project’, which aims to bring the price down and allow consumers access to cheaper products.

As of July, 2017, the BSNl had announced that it had invested over $1 billion to produce the first batch of electric BSN lubes.

As part of the campaign, the company has also launched the Bharat Tooth Brush Project, a campaign aimed at bringing the price up to the level of the popular brands such as Tata, Motivate, and Aurobindo.

Bharatiya Sanchar Sanchar, the largest manufacturer of electric products in India, is one of the companies that has had the biggest push to bring down the price on its products.

The company has been actively working with Bharat Bharat sanchar for more than five years now, and over the last six months, the government has decided to allow them to increase their price by up to 30%.

This will help the company’s revenue increase and will help it attract new customers.

However this decision has not been made without a few setbacks.

Babushka Vazirajan, the CEO of Bharatsanchar, said that the government’s decision on the pricing was not an easy one, and that the company would need to go through a process of approval before the new prices would be implemented.

“In our view, the Bharatiya sanchar was already going through a transition process before the price hike.

But we have had to take a more cautious approach,” Vazierajan said.

Vazirag said that they have been working on the price adjustments for a while now, but the decision to allow the government to increase the prices by 30% had taken longer than expected.

“It took a long time for the government itself to take this decision.

We have worked with the government and the government is not going to accept any price hike that does not come with a clear and transparent justification,” she said.

“There are a number of factors which are affecting our ability to execute on the plan.”

Vaziri added that the Bharate sanchar has been working hard to come up with the best solutions for consumers, and they are now taking the steps necessary to ensure that consumers are getting the best value for their money.

“The government has not only given us a clear roadmap for the price adjustment, but also ensured that we are making sure that we have the best products available at the lowest prices possible,” Vazi said.

She added that this is all part of their efforts to be the most competitive company in the industry, and it is a very positive step in the right direction.

However, there is one thing that is not working as well for Bharatiyan Sanchar.

According to Vaziri, the pricing changes are not working for consumers who are using the products on a regular basis.

“We have also seen a decline in the use of electric and rechargeable toothbrains over the past few years.

It has been the same story across the country.

In a very short time, consumers have stopped using toothbras.

It is a matter of time before we see a change in our pricing strategy,” she added.

Despite the difficulties faced by the company in dealing with the price hikes, BharatSanchar remains optimistic that the price reductions will be able to bring in a lot of new customers and increase the company revenue.

“The price changes are in line with our expectations, and we are also hoping that the higher prices will help to attract more and better customers to our products.

We also believe that the consumer will get more value for his money by buying the