Nokia puts the internet in your pocket for under ₦5600

With hopes to connect more of the world to the information superhighway, Nokia have just unveiled a sub-₦5600 device with internet connectivity. The Nokia 215 is not only one of the cheapest phones ever made, but it’s the cheapest internet connected device Nokia has ever made. The 215 will be preloaded with Opera Browser and Facebook Messenger, and will also be capable of running a variety of apps, including Twitter. You might be wondering how that is possible on a device with a 320 x 240 screen, a torch, radio and a mere 0.3 megapixel camera, as headlining features. Sure, this isn’t a device...
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November’s New Merchants on PriceCheck

As the year winds down into the holiday season, we are continuing to sign up new shops to make your shopping experiences even better. Here are the new shops we signed up in November that are now active on PriceCheck. Nicole & Giovanni – Specialising in socks, you can find some very stylish designs in a variety of colours to spice up your sock collection. Pawiny Global Communication – Find all of your software and hardware needs met at this one-stop technology shop. From smartphones to operating systems, Pawiny has you covered. House of Lunettes – Find the perfect pair of sunglasses from House...
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October’s New Merchants on PriceCheck

In this brand new monthly feature, we’ll be telling you about the latest merchants you can find on PriceCheck, and in October, we signed up a host of fantastic new stores. Didi – With a range of products covering everything from electronic devices to fashion items, Didi Stores provides PriceCheck shoppers with a great selection of items to choose from. Dool-X – Personal computing is made much easier with Dool-X where shoppers can find anything from printers to iPhones and even software. Dealdey – Aiming to give shoppers the best deals available in Lagos and Abuja, Dealdey provides great savings...
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Motorola’s brand new product range

It wasn’t long ago when Google bought Motorola, injected some gusto into the flailing household tech name, before selling it on to Lenovo. Post-Google Motorola saw significant success with their flagship device, the Moto X last year, but more notably the budget Moto G. Buy aiming to provide high quality hard- and software at affordable prices, Motorola found the golden formula it would seem. Undoubtedly taking a leaf out of Google’s Nexus program, the blend of latest software and budget, yet capable, hardware seems to continue with this year’s brand new Motorola products, including the almost...
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Get PriceCheck on your mobile today!

We understand how precious a commodity time is, that’s why we’ve created the PriceCheck Nigeria app. With a strong focus on saving you time, helping you find the right product at the right price, we are proud to officially unveil our brand new PriceCheck Nigeria app. It is co-branded with the biggest mobile network on the continent, MTN, and the partnership between the two companies highlights the importance between mobile in retail and ecommerce. This is further accentuated by the fact that smartphones are outselling feature phones for the first time in Africa, opening up an already...
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10 Foods To Help Break Your Fast During Ramadan

Ramadan is here again, it the time when Muslims all around the world set aside to fast, pray and maintain a holy life. During these periods, observers abstain from food within specific  hours of the day (between sunrise and sunset) between 5am in the morning till around 7pm in the evening. It would be good practice while fasting, to keep both the mind and the body in top condition. During fasting the body usually undergoes several metabolic and biological changes which requires some precautions taken before breaking a fast. Here are some of the precautions. First of all avoid taking heavy foods or...
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