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PriceOye: Price comparison service launches to make online shopping easy

PriceOye: Price comparison service launches to make online shopping easy

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – Online shopping merging into the lives very quickly now the days. People are finding ease to shop necessities of their lives at one click. Anyhow, It isn’t easy! There are dozens of online stores selling the same products – all with widely different prices and features. While finding the best price for one product on all stores one by one is a very hard job to do. It can be an incredible waste of time, and despite your greatest efforts, you still aren’t guaranteed to get the lowest price.

Price comparison service launches to make online shopping easy
PriceOye  is a comparison service for online shopping which allows you to find best prices across the biggest, most trusted online stores in Pakistan! Discover the lowest prices from the best stores to save time, money, and effort on your next purchase.

PriceOye making your online shopping easily;
● Quickly search for your favorite products
● Daily updated price lists for different products and features
● Discover the lowest prices from online trusted stores
● Easily Filter products by features according to your budget and requirements

Priceoye provides a web interface and Mobile apps for all mobile devices to enable you to use at your best ease. Compare prices to have a smart experience of online shopping in your budget.

Price comparison service launches to make online shopping easy
“We are solving a definite problem for online shoppers.” says Adnan Shaffi, co-founder of PriceOye.

“An overwhelming majority of shoppers make up their mind after visiting at least three different online stores. We’ve designed PriceOye to be the only website you need for gathering important information on your next purchase.”
Prices vary at online stores everyday amazingly and sometimes it varies to thousands of rupees. For example, when the iPhone 6S launched five months ago, the prices varied between Rs. 90,000 and Rs. 120,000! Even today, there’s a Rs. 15,000 difference across major stores!

PriceOye: Price comparison service launches to make online shopping easy
Starting with mobile phones, PriceOye will soon compare prices for laptops, home appliances, and more. Prices are just the beginning, as shopping experiences, payment options, and delivery times will be compared in detail, too.
“What you see today is just 5% of our grand vision for PriceOye.” commented Awais Imran, the second co-founder. “Businesses are just starting to tap into the potential of eCommerce in Pakistan. Shopping comparison will grow as eCommerce grows – the signs for which are extremely positive. We are incredibly excited to be a part of it!”

 

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