Online shopping in Nigeria is no longer news as many young folks are beginning to enjoy the fun that comes with safe and secure eCommerce experience.
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These five companies below are not just the game-changers but are the most trusted eMalls for secured online shopping in Nigeria.
From phones, computers, and electronic gadgets to fashion, clothing, kitchen appliances, books and sundry: the five websites below has really raised the bar in delivering top-notched online shopping experience to the Nigerian populace.
Konga is the undisputed forerunner when it comes to online shopping in Nigeria; they revolutionize the space to something attractive and really interesting to the Nigerian populace.
Konga do not only sell products at a discounted rate, but also offer coupon codes that really work. Their daily deals are like no other, their delivery is nationwide.
You can always buy from konga with ease unlike other sellers on the platform that try to sell counterfeit products and are booted out without losses on the consumer's part.
Their support is always a top-notch, so is their delivery and after sale services. Konga offers pay on delivery services nationwide.
You can experience all the awesomeness that comes with shopping on konga by visiting their homepage at http://www.konga.com
Jumia is no small player in the business of shopping online in Nigeria and Africa as a whole: they have internet shops in major West African countries as well as pick up centers in major cities.
Jumia delivers each product with high level of professionalism and considers consumers satisfaction a priority. Jumia's virtual store is trusted by many as one of the best e-web stores in Nigeria.
With the surge in discounts and promos, Jumia Nigeria should be a great destination for buying things online in Nigeria.
Jumia's eMall is trusted, sales quality products and have a good return policy for damaged goods.
The only downside with using Jumia is their inability to deliver nationwide like konga (pay on delivery is not available to all locations): you have to pick up items from major cities only.
Their official website is http://www.jumia.com.ng
Kaymu is another great place when shopping online in Nigeria, you can bank on their promos, cheap products, pay on delivery and awesome customer services.
You can also sell items on kaymu for a profit. It is a good tool to buy from the internet in Nigeria.
Kaymu's homepage is http://www.kaymu.com.ng
Yudala surprised many Nigerians with their Black Friday Sales that took place both online and offline simultaneously.
The Yudala business model seems to be well-suited to the Nigerian populace where trust is a major issue and buyers prefer paying on delivery to pre-paying for online orders. They have launched mega retail shops in popular Nigerian cities and would extend to other cities.
The maximum price slash during their black Friday sales where a Lenovo laptop of about 12GB RAM, 1TB HDD, Core i7 processor and 15.6 inches screen sold for less than NGN90,000 has shown how serious they are with honesty and quick service delivery that was further proven in their fast delivery of orders.
In all, Yudala is a trusted platform to shop online in Nigeria.
Their homepage is seated at http://www.yudala.com
5. Olx Nigeria
Olx is like the Craigslist of Nigeria, there are lots of fairly used items to buy online at cheap prices.
However Olx Nigeria is not a trusted shopping platform due to fraudulent users registered on the website, you just have to be careful and just deal with persons with several positive reviews.
You can get access to their homepage via http://www.olx.com.ng
Content by: Emmanuel Ini Jerome
A brand researcher for nigeriaconsumers.org
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