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Monday, July 1, 2013

Konga.com now in your neighbourhood

Would you rather Shop online and Pick up your goods from a Konga.com Pick up Centre in your Neighbourhood, or would you rather get the goods delivered to You?

Nigeria's Largest Online Mall, Konga.com will be celebrating their one year anniversary next week and has just introduced three new pickup points in a location close to you as part of the new offerings ahead of the anniversary. Continue 

The locations are;

1.      Victoria Island Pick-up Point: 12 Idowu Taylor Street, Victoria Island
2.      Surulere Pick-up Point: 80 Bode Thomas Street, Surulere
3.      Ikeja Pick-up Point: 24 Isaac John Street, GRA Ikeja

Instead of delivering a parcel to your home or business address, you can choose to have your order delivered to Konga.com Pick Up centre, so customers can collect their parcels at a time that's convenient for them. Once the parcel is delivered to the pickup location, the customer receives a notification that the order has reached the pick-up centre, and will have a whole week to pick-up their packages. There is an added benefit of being able to return packages to any of our centres in line with our 7 day return policy. They will be greeted by warm and experienced Konga representatives who will be able to assist with any order placed. This provides a physical element to the online experience. These centres are open 7 days a week to cater for everyone’s busy lifestyle.


You can Win 10,000 naira in the Konga Wechat Promo which will last for the next five weeks. The first 3,500 people to follow SHOPKONGA on Wechat will get credited with N1000 shopping vouchers, and also have the opportunity to win a further N10,000 shopping voucher in the weekly draw.

26 comments:

Cintetic said...

Konga what happens to those of us who don't live in Lagos. Like me I live in warri. Anyway, I shop with jumia and their services not bad at all.

Anonymous said...

Bliss!!yyaayyy!!!!

sharon said...

Not port harcourt hmmm crying prt

Ekemezie Maryjane said...

Now strictly for "Lagosians"

kismet kiddies ENTZ said...

Best of luck

Anonymous said...

Does konga deliver to calabar???

Anonymous said...

Wat of we where de abakaliki nko abi we no follow. Konga abeg consida us oooo. We r de salt of dis great nation naija

frayoo reaper said...

I no say wayo no go dey dia so, cuz person fit pay online finish them go come the tell u story.

Anonymous said...

Deliver 1 mah home @TARABA

seno said...

It isn't close to me o cos I stay in Uyo

Anonymous said...

Anon 8.28,good to know someone from calabar visits dis blog

YINXS said...

i dunno pls ask cos am staying in calabar too.

curvy ZO said...

Pls come to portharcourt.....

SeyiShay said...

loool..you guys dont understand the post...Konga.com has introduced this new offerings in addition to payment on delivery and delivery in states Nationwide. The plan for them will probably to have pickup points in all the states of the federation but they have just released this first.

stella said...

yayyy!! yippeee..I really love the delivery option but for things like fridges, i might want to pick it up fronm the pickup centre sha

Anonymous said...

For us it's main market at onitsha or back to nkwo nnewi gbam. Anyway it's good to know.

Anonymous said...

They have a pick up shop by Mr. Biggs after garrison. PHC

Anonymous said...

Why not home delivery?

Blazygurl said...

What about other states

Blazygurl said...

What about other states

Victor said...

Konga actually delivers nationwide.. konga.com

Nelly Ozojie said...

Wow! Calabar ppl plenty here oo! Holla!

Anonymous said...

@anon 4.14am u re right main mrt onitsha or main mrt Nkpor

Anonymous said...

I think the title was slightly misleading. When it says "Konga.com now in your neighbourhood", people actually thought it's nationwide. Maybe all these businesses will start to understand now that Lagos isn't the only state in Nigeria.

Anonymous said...

I think the title was slightly misleading. When it says "Konga.com now in your neighbourhood", people actually thought it's nationwide. Maybe all these businesses will start to understand now that Lagos isn't the only state in Nigeria.

Anonymous said...

Nwko nnewi!lol,gud to knw I av nnewi brodas n sis in here repin