Making the internet a cheaper place

Making the internet a cheaper place

By SANSHEY BISWAS | | 24 October, 2015
It isn’t enough to know what gadget to buy anymore. You also need to know where to buy it from, so that someone else who bought the same device at a lower price than you doesn’t get to rub that fact in your face. That’s where Mysmartprice.com, with its self-explanatory name, comes in. 
Unlike regular deal sites that try to grab your attention in the worst possible way — over-burdening you with offers and “% off” labels — here, you get a grid of neatly sorted banners that range from electronics, fashion, decor, fitness and books. You can skim through popular items that people have checked out recently or dive into a category to get started.The site sets itself apart by offering deals and offers from both online and offline stores. The rest is as expected: you get a comparison of prices and offers on the products page, where you can look up specifications and reviews as well. 
Moreover, adding a Chrome extension to your browser will also give you suggestions and price comparisons based on the product whose page you are on. 

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