Zopper, India’s largest hyperlocal mobile application for consumer electronics, has launched its operations in four more cities – Hyderabad, Jaipur, Chandigarh and Kolkata, according to a company statement. Zopper’s app helps its users find the best local deals by providing a price and product comparison service.
The move will see Zopper’s services benefit the cities’ large consumer base through the wide network of its offline retailers and service delivery expertise. The Zopper app has already seen an impressive number of downloads in cities such as Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.
Speaking about its expansion in these cities, Neeraj Jain, Co-founder & CEO, Zopper said, “Zopper was established with the aim of providing the best features of both online as well as offline retail shopping to consumers. Chandigarh not only has one of the strongest economies in the country, it is also identified by the high purchasing power of its residents. Similarly, Hyderabad is recognized as a growing IT hub with a huge number of young professionals, whereas Kolkata has always been a city with a cosmopolitan approach. We plan to connect the ever-growing retail segment in these cities with their high-spending consumer base through our services network.”
With 500,000+ app installs, Zopper claims to be the largest price comparison application in the country. The comapny aims to expand its services in more than 30 Indian cities within the next 12 months.
Zopper.com features over 2,000 online and 2,50,000 offline retailers. Zopper taps on the benefits of shopping at a retail store and marries them with the convenience of shopping via mobile phones. Users can buy from the comfort of their homes/offices and get the product instantly from their nearby trusted stores.