Indoselection launches Cash on Delivery on Books, Tea
26-Nov-2011 | News-Press Release
New Delhi, 24th November, 2011: "Indoselection", a very successful online shopping portal dealing in a wide range of sophisticated products, recently announced the inclusion of various Teas in its range of products.
"Indoselection" is offering more than 200 flavours of Tea apart from offering premium quality Darjeeling Tea, Green Tea, Assam Tea and Nilgiri Tea. Tea Bags are also available from the portal. "indoselection.com" supplies tea against Cash on Delivery (COD) as well.
Earlier, "indoselection" introduced COD for books subject and met notable success.
"indoselection" launched Tatkal Book Supply Services for delivering books within 24 hours in Delhi/ NCR at the doorsteps of its customers. The facility is available only when books are ordered over either the fixed line 0120-4113037 or the mobile 9910568331. The Tatkal service is not available for books ordered online.
For more details, please visit: http://www.indoselection.com.
Launched in June 2010 in Delhi, "indoselection" has become very well-known for its wide and exquisite range of selections and attractive offers on products including handicrafts, sweets, fruits, books and many more.
Driven by a team of motivated, experienced and hardworking professionals with innovative business practices, "indoselection.com" is proud of uncompromising adherence to quality and service.
SBJ RETAILS PVT. LTD.
Shop No. 5, Hith Plaza, Sector-13
Phone No:- 91-0120-4113037
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