Need a New Phone? Use These Sites to Find the Best Prices in Pakistan!

Admit it. When you get the itch to buy a new smartphone, your first instinct is to compare the prices from every retailer that has it.

Every Mobile Buyer’s dilemma: Store X has the model I want for 1000 Rs more. Store Y has it for 2500 Rs off the normal retail price. I wonder if there are other deals I’m missing out on.

To arrive at the above conclusion involves you hunting for bargains online, calling your friends and mobile wallahs frantically, and basically spending an all-nighter with a trusty old cup of chai or coffee.

What if there was a way to just avoid all annoyance? What if you could get your phone for the best price out there? Period.

This is where Price comparison websites and apps come in. And today, we’ll be taking a look at some of the Pakistani online price comparison tools out there.

PriceOye.pk

Using PriceOye is simple. You search for the phone you have your eyes on, and click on it. The website automatically lists the price of the smartphone from all online stores that have it in stock, along with the price they offer it for.

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A screengrab of PriceOye and its listing for iPhone SE

Simple and easy. The user interface is minimal and that works in PriceOye’s favor as people can view all the important information at a glance.

You can save up to Rs. 15,000 if you visit all big online stores in Pakistan before making your next purchase. This is for mobile phones only!

PriceMatch.PK

What if it wasn’t mobiles that you were looking to get comparative analysis on? What if you wanted to compare TV prices? Laptops and even mobile package bundles while you’re at it? All this and more can be found at PriceMatch.

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A screengrab of PriceMatch and its listing for OnePlus One

 

The website is designed for looks and accessibility both, helping visitors get acquainted with all the features that it has to offer. More options mean it is easier to get lost in the maze, but for those who are looking for more than just mobile phone online comparison websites, PriceMatch is the best bet.

Shopbuzz.PK

So you need a website that lists both new and used smartphones? And a good database of sellers willing to offer you more deals on used handsets? In this case, Shopbuzz.PK fits the bill.

The average Pakistani visits at least three different online shopping websites to gather relevant information for making a buying decision

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A screengrab of Shopbuzz and its listing for LG G3

The website design utilizes simple grid and tables, so that visitors can compare prices instantly and get in touch with online stores and individual sellers alike.

PriceBlaze.pk

Priceblaze.pk is a price comparison website that allows users to compare prices of mobile phones. But thats not all it does. You can also find other electronic products or see listings of hotels, schools, universities and more.
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A screengrab of PriceBlaze.pk and its product catalog
Priceblaze.pk is a combination of price comparison and listing portal with over 10,000 products listed on the website from 20+ ecommerce stores. This can present issues when it comes to discoverability of good deals but their website gives you a list of the most popular products in the most popular categories at a glance. This also helps in saving shoppers loads of time in navigating to the best deals out there.

Concluding Thoughts

We hope that these online websites for finding best prices of popular smartphone models can help you cut down on the time (and energy) it takes to get the best deal out there. Convenience is the name of the game and these websites provide you the best options no matter wherever you are.

Samir heads the sponsored content department at ProPakistani. He also looks after the LIfe section.


  • Awais Imran

    Thank you for featuring us, ProPakistani. I’m the co-founder of PriceOye, so if the readers of ProPakistani have anything to ask, please let me know. :)

    • Muhammad Adil Mazhar

      I think UI needs great improvements.
      Also my first search at priceOye was Samsung J2, the first price quote was Rs. 11499 by @ishopping whereas the ishopping link directs to Samsung J1. Remember first impression is the last impression

      • Awais Imran

        Thanks for your feedback, Adil. Improving the UX for PriceOye is a big priority going forward. Inshallah, you will see the redesign soon. Will share it with you for your feedback.

        We’ve fixed the bad link. Thanks for pointing it out!

        • Muhammad Adil Mazhar

          you welcome, good luck!

    • ahsen

      You may need to correct …

      • Awais Imran

        Thanks Ahsen! This wasn’t there a few hours ago. I’ve forwarded it to the dev team.

        • ahsen

          Great…

          • Awais Imran

            The bug was fixed. Thanks again for your report!

    • Saqib Khatri

      As per your website iphone SE on Telemart and symbios out of stock, but when click on Visit store they have at their stores.

      • Awais Imran

        Hmmm, interesting. I’ve informed our developer. Bug will be fixed shortly!

    • Redesign header, its necessary, otherwise its great.

      • Awais Imran

        Thanks Hamza. This is a valid point, particularly since we’ve heard the same feedback from many, many people.

        We’re working on a redesign of the site, which includes a much nicer, more useful header. Will share it soon!

    • snatchitpk

      can you consider including http://snatchit.pk. If anything need to be done at our end then do let us know. Thank you

  • Abey Oye

    Yar Price Oye, how much you paid this author to include you in this list…..????

    • aamir7

      Jealous?

    • SSyar

      Google Ads lagi hui hein.,., to paid article q nahe hosakta.,. jaan dey yar.,.,

    • Agha Raheem Khan

      Abey Oye, it’s not about ‘how much you paid this author’. It’s about brainstorming a unique idea and executing it. Sartay hi rehna.

    • Awais Imran

      Abey Oye, I’m sorry you think this way.

      Just to be clear: we did not pay or compensate the author, or ProPakistani in anyway to be included in this list.

  • SSyar

    hein.,., hum to bachpan say whatmobile dekhte aa rhay hein.,., ye konsi nae sites hein :/

    • Awais Imran

      Ye pricing-related sites ki naee generation hai, SSyar :)

  • Am I seeing things or JustPrice got removed from the comparison?

    • aamir7

      they asked us to remove them, because they are in middle of some launch party.

  • SAAD

    good article

  • Muhammad Shams

    Thanks author for the article. However i am surprised by viewing two sites priceoye.pk and shopbuzz.pk that they are not displaying result from daraz.pk. Although daraz.pk is also giving competitive prices.

    • Awais Imran

      It’s a good point, Shams sb. PriceOye will be displaying results from Daraz soon. There was an initial hiccup when we were adding them.

      • Muhammad Shams

        Thank you.

  • Rex Major

    Mobile theft is a growing menace. It would be great if people could also get their phones insured when buying them.

  • mimranyameen

    what mobile e saab say best rates batata hia

    • Awais Imran

      WhatMobile gives you estimated prices, Mimran. PriceOye lists actual rates from online stores, so it is more accurate. It would help you find better prices this way.

  • Muhammad Shams

    Propakistani.pk writers i request you to write about warenty claims their reliability.
    Also, There are japeness and korean used and new mobile sets in the market with attractice specifications and upper end models with previous versions of andriods with cheap prices as compared to warenty bearing phones. Which should be choosen and why?

  • AbdulB1

    All LG G3 sold in Pakistan are used and refurbished ones with fake new bodies and old hardware under the hood.

  • Prince Sultan

    I was used whatmobile from last 5 year for price information but i release it the whatmobile rates some high but know i am using mobile57 Pk, bc the prices on mobile57 almost equal to market price and online shopping save time but find the original product is a difficult job.

  • Sattar Saad

    Very helpful article.