Nigerian customers can now shop directly from over 100 international stores, including Amazon, Zara, eBay and Macy’s, and pay in naira.
Access to these foreign stores is being made possible with the launch of Quickteller Global Mall, a service provided by Quickteller, one of Nigeria’s digital payments and commerce platform owned by Interswitch Group.
According to the company, the new service has been developed in furtherance of the company’s commitment toward solving existing challenges around digital payments and commerce in a sustainable manner.
“Quickteller global mall will afford Quickteller users easy access to shop from leading international sites across the UK and US,” it said in a statement released Monday to business a.m.
Adetayo Teluwo, group head, product and marketing management, digital payments at Interswitch, explained that Quickteller global mall will enable customers shop directly from over 100 international merchants, make simple and convenient payments in naira and enjoy door step item delivery and clearing powered by DHL.
“Listening to the pain points and expectations of our customers is of high priority to our business. We place a premium on extensive research, user interviews and testing and will continue to put our customers first with exciting propositions and use cases,” Teluwo said.
With the introduction of Quickteller global mall, access to a wide variety of household items, such as electronic devices, furniture, mobile devices, laptops, books and much more within a period of 10 to 15 days and all is incorporated in the new website.
The company said the new website will continue to offer existing and new customers complete ease, a fresh contemporary look, the power of search, same UI/UX for mobile and web, improved transaction success, Quickteller Kenya and complete simplicity.
Quickteller currently offers convenient access to payment needs across Toll(e-tag), flight tickets, Cable tv, broadband internet, electricity, fund transfers, airtime recharge and funding betting wallets.
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