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CafeGadgets launches mobile-based product and price search

03-May-2008
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CafeGadgets launches mobile-based product and price search

Cafegadgets.in, an online retailer of gadgets and gizmos, has introduced CG Mobile Search, an extensive product and price search on mobile phones. Anyone planning to buy gadgets like laptops, digital cameras, mobile phones or an iPod can simply send an SMS and check the prices on Cafegadgets.in to get a fair comparison.

CafeGadgets.in is a unique B2C portal and a one-stop destination to buy mobiles, digital cameras, laptops, desktops, iPods, pen drives and a gamut of IT products. The portal guarantees its customers the most competitive prices as all the products offered by the online store, which are inclusive of applicable taxes and have no hidden costs or shipping charges, etc.

Hitesh Dhingra, Business Head, CafeGadgets.in, said, “Based on the WAP Pull technology, CG Mobile Search will assist mobile users in their purchases. This instant information can help the user make an informed buying decision and opt for a better deal. Our effort is to keep people informed about the most interesting deals on their favourite gadgets.”

The CG Mobile Search works in a simple manner. All users have to do is SMS CG -brand/product-name, model-number, and send it to 53030 to get the price quotes of his desired product. For example, to know the competitive prices of the Nokia E61i phone on has to just SMS CG Nokia E61i to 53030 and get the desired information.

“Our unique selling proposition is that all the brands and products available at Cafegadgets.in are handpicked for their quality and are supported by original manufacturer’s warranty to ensure customer satisfaction. Our customers’ trust and loyalty are the only rewards for our operations,” Dhingra further said.

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