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Online shopping website Zoobashop.com launches in Ghana

Just in time for Christmas, Ghana has a new online shopping website called Zoobashop.com.

Just in time for Christmas, Ghana has a new online shopping website called Zoobashop.com.

Albert Biga, chief executive officer of Zoobashop.com, has said at the launch of the website last week that the service is planned to make shopping easy for customers by allowing them to go online or browse with the likes of their smartphones.

Products and services on sale range from computers and electronics, mobile phones and tablets, world-class wines and spirits, to merchandise for babies and toddlers and fashion accessories for women.

Zoobashop.com has also partnered with some of the world’s most exclusive brands including Apple, Blackberry, Samsung, Colgate and Beko to offer shoppers over 3,000 products to choose from.

Meanwhile, payment options on Zoobashop.com include debit and credit cards (Visa & MasterCard branded ATM cards) and cash on delivery, among others.

“We expect a significant increase in orders from the cooperation with Zoobashop,” stated Ghassan Yared of Forewin Ghana Limited, one of Zoobashop.com’s flagship marketing and distribution partners.

“With the holiday season upon us and traffic in the city becoming increasingly difficult to bear, Zoobashop.com offers a good alternative to shopping needs for the Christmas and beyond,” Ghassan said.

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