KuliMart.com, where you can buy all your smartphones online in Nigeria without breaking a sweat
If you are looking to buy mobile phones and electronics with peace of mind in Nigeria, we found something you will like. It’s called KuliMart.com and it’s not only the sharpest thing happening in e-commerce now, it’s also the fastest-growing website in the sector as we speak.
KuliMart is owned by a top-shooting Nigerian enterprise, Young Web Solution, a company headed by the the quick-thinking intellectual of Micheal Nwanator.
KuliMart is offering just as about every popular smartphone you’ve heard, regardless of the product’s availability in the offline market or not. The platform lists Huawei, Lenovo, Xiaomi, Meizu and even OnePlus smartphones. You can also find power banks and other phone accessories on the website.
The part you’ll love
KuliMart ships products to all 36 states of the federation and with a dynamic shipping system, the e store offers pay on delivery in three of the top cities in Nigeria: Lagos, Onitsha & Port Harcourt.
That’s not all. The aspect you’ll love most on the platform is the Request A Product service. In this section, you can place a request for a product which isn’t even listed on the website. Once confirmed, your stuff will be ordered and will be on the way in no time.
Even though e-commerce and the whole stuff of purchasing stuff online is still infant in Nigeria and relatively outlandish to most citizens, a few names has, over the years, pulled whatever could be grabbed together and are harvesting heavily on the virtually monopolized online market; we do hope that the new, striving forces are determined and focused to succeed, thereby throttling completion which in turn benefits the end user/customers the most.
In other words, we are counting on new platforms like KuliMart to take on Konga and Jumia on a bumpy race, giving them a cruel run for their money.
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