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Web18 relaunches Compare India portal

14-September-2007
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Web18 relaunches Compare India portal

Web18, a venture of Network 18, has re-launched Compare India, its consumer electronics and durables comparison portal, which now sports a new spiffy look with a user-friendly interface.

The portal also has an updated its database of 5,000-plus consumer electronics and durable products. On the content part, the portal would see information on various aspects like merchandise, quick shopping tips, latest and upcoming launches, shopping exclusives, latest price drops, shopping video and experts’ views, etc.

Apart from having a user review platform, the portal now also has an updated dealer directory with hottest deals and product order services in Mumbai.

Commenting on the relaunch, Sharmistha Dey, Editor, Compare India, said, “Compare India is one among many of Web18’s acquired properties. This portal is unique in the way it scopes out prices and hot deals for over 5,000 consumer electronic products and durables. With the bevy of electronic products available in the market, consumers are perpetually confused about what to buy. Compare India resolves this confusion.”

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