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PriceMe Launches Mobile Site

21st April 2008

PriceMe Launches Mobile Site


PriceMe, www.priceme.co.nz one of New Zealand’s largest and most comprehensive shopping comparison sites, is now easily accessible via a wide variety of mobile phones from the following location: http://m.priceme.co.nz This service allows you to quickly compare products and prices wherever you might be, from the convenience of your phone. You can make purchasing decisions while shopping in a physical store about whether you might be able to get a better deal online or from another retailer.

The mobile version of PriceMe also allows you to see product and retailer ratings, and gives you the ability to contact the retailer directly via the phone. Huge Price Differences Between Retailers

An analysis of the top 5 most popular products on PriceMe for the last month shows the following statistics: Canon EOS 400D with 18-55mm lens: Price Range: $1054 to $1665 58% more Samsung 226BW 22” LCD monitor: Price Range: $428 to $675 58% more Motorola RAZR V3 mobile phone: Price Range: $146 to $405 177% more MYOB Accounting v17: Price Range: $348 to $459 32% more Olympus MJU 1030SW camera: Price Range: $570 to $699 23% more Prices being charged for the same product vary greatly between different retailers and it definitely pays to check whether you are getting value for money. Now with a mobile option, PriceMe users have the option to compare on the run!

About PriceMe PriceMe was founded in January 2007 by two directors, Henrik Johansson and Frank Mair. PriceMe has been developing powerful product search technology which powers http://www.priceme.co.nz PriceMe also operates a Chinese sister site, www.12rmb.com For more information, please contact PriceMe at info@priceme.co.nz

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