Pickaboo.com is set to launch the largest online smartphone fair in Bangladesh

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Pickaboo.com is set to launch Bangladesh’s largest online smartphone fair ‘Mobile Mela’. Starting from this 12th June, BRAC Bank powered ‘Mobile Mela’ will continue till 18th June 2017.

During the fair, customers can avail exciting discounts of up to 67% on mobile phones of 15 brands from Pickaboo.com. All devices will come with Official Brand Warranty. This year, there will be exclusive mobile phone launches and free gifts with selected devices in the Mobile Mela.

Payment options include Cash On Delivery, Card Swipe On Delivery and Online Payment through BRAC Bank, AMEX, SCB, MTB, EBL, DBBL, UCB, City Bank and SB credit cards. Credit cardholders can avail 12-months 0% EMI facility and BRAC Bank cardholders will get a special 5% cash back discount.

“Our customers are very dear to us. And to make this Eid a special one for them, we have brought back our phenomenal Mobile Mela this year. All our efforts are aimed at delivering happiness to our customers. We invite everyone to drop by at Pickaboo.com on June 12th to check out our amazing offerings.” quoting the Chief Operating Officer of Pickaboo.com.

To ensure reliability and comfort, Pickaboo is offering an easy 3-day return policy. Customers will receive their ordered phones within 48 hours in Dhaka, and within 96 hours outside of Dhaka. To order, customers can visit here: https://www.pickaboo.com/mobile-mela.html.


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