Thursday, January 27, 2011

Buying and Selling Online

I really love gadgets but they are all expensive.  For this year, I would like to have a smartphone.  On Facebook, a friend of mine posted her smartphone and asked for the price.  It's more than Php20K and I can't afford it.  I still need to work a lot to be able to reach that kind of amount for a smartphone.  It's a mall price and it is already expected that it's costly.

She said if I want a smartphone for a cheap price, buying online is the alternative way.  She suggested AyosDito.ph, a buy and sell website or a market place in the Philippines on the web which you can buy and sell everything in your region.

2nd hand mobile phones
Right now, I am still in the process of looking for a smartphone with a better price that I can afford.

Few days ago, I went to LTO for a driver's license and right now I already have my student permit.  I already know how to drive a motorcycle but not yet on a car.  Dad promised me that he will teach me by March.  Anyway, I have a plan to buy a motorcycle and I am already saving.  At AyosDito.ph, they are also 2nd hand cars for sale and I saw the cheapest price for Php20K.  Should I buy this car instead of a smartphone?  As of now, my first priority is the smartphone.  The car can wait. :)

Why smartphone is my priority? As of now, I am working online and in a day I always face the computer almost 12 hours a day.  I am a freelance blogger, writer, graphic designer and to name a few.  People always see me online on Facebook as if I am just an ordinary person with no work.  I've been a full-time online worker since I quit my job from the corporate world a year ago.  I need a smartphone so that I could check my e-mails on my phone and my computer just pure work.

A lot of people already possess computers or laptops.  Why people buy laptops? Laptops are very essential to people right now especially to a person like me who is a freelance worker.  Every time I am out of the house, I always bring my laptop especially if I go to a mall with free Wi-Fi so that I could continue my job.  I love the purpose of a laptop, its portability.  I even brought my laptop when I had my vacation to an island.  I am glad that I checked in to a place with free Wi-Fi.

Can you share your experience in using AyosDito.ph as a buyer or seller? I'll be glad to hear it from you.

8 comments:

  1. Looks like a nice place to buy some nice stuffs... I should look for phones at this website... hehe

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  2. I was able to visit the site, AyosDito before and now, it has grown to what it is now, a primary buy and sell website here in the Philippines.

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  3. I've been visiting AyosDito every now and then. It's really a helpful website for everyone most especially for Filipinos.

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  4. Don't buy cars online rox. Just be careful about the scammers. There are plenty of them. Do you think it is possible to sell a car for 20k only? nabuing na.. Depreciated na kau na if tinood na.
    Better buy a smart phone first before buying a car.

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  5. Hope I could buy a new cellphone here. Hehe!

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  6. This is a Good place for buying and selling some stuffs online.

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  7. @CebuCityLife: lage... dapat I need to be careful. Anyway, mag ask man sad kog advice ni papa. Hehehe! Yep, unahon nako pag buy ang smartphone. ^_______^

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  8. AyosDito is somewhat "recycled" products that are on sale on Ebay and is not a marketplace. They "repost" products. I haven't had experience buying on AyosDito but I have tried to contact one seller who then explained that AyosDito only reposted her products that are originally on Ebay. I don't find anything wrong about it and it's a good way to filter out products in the Philippines through location and relevance.

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