May 20, 2014

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Does Amazon Ship to India for Free?



This was the most common question asked by the Indian shopaholics, who were interested to order products from Amazon, the biggest online retail giant. However, very few merchants actually shipped items to India for free until the launch of Amazon.in.

The Indian marketplace of Amazon, has already stirred up the online shopping industry in the country. With the biggest online retailer entering India, it is in all likeliness expected to grab the attention of most of the online shoppers in the country. The biggest proof was its launch day, when Amazon.in received more than 10,000 orders within a single day of its launch.
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Initially, the Indian marketplace of Amazon offered e-books for Kindle in India, but now it has started offering all kinds of products right from e-Books, flagship Kindle, down to mobile and their accessories and all types of electronics that everyday people would want to movie.

Online customers can also buy TV shows and their favorite movies at Amazon.in. With more days passing by, the online store giant is likely to include more and more items to its inventory that will certainly make its Indian marketplace one of the biggest online stores in the country.

So, if you’re an Indian customer, and wish to order anything from Amazon, now you need not worry about the shipping costs, and hassles like custom duty, Octroi, and other charges – no more wondering whether Amazon ships to India, and anybody can simply order from Amazon.in with complete peace of mind!


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May 17, 2014

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Is Galaxy Note 3 Worth Your Money?

With all the hype about the Galaxy gear, and the latest features in Note 3, Samsung has come out all guns blazing trying to promote its new flagship product, the Galaxy Note 3. But, if you already own Galaxy Note 1 or 2, is it a worthy upgrade? Well, it depends upon a number of […]

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June 13, 2013

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Yahoo! Acquires GhostBird Software

Yahoo! has just announced that they have taken over GhostBird Software, the advanced iOS photography app makers of PhotoForge2 and KitCam. The details of the contract have not yet been revealed, but Yahoo says that they took over GhostBird in order to improve Flickr, indicating that users could expect a more advanced version of Flickr […]

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