CEO of Tonaton.com, Nils Hammer
, a free classified website where you can buy or sell almost anything has formerly launched operations in Ghana.
The classified website offers a comprehensive list of products ranging from mobile phones and cars, to land available for purchase in all the major cities in Ghana.
meaning “Buy and Sell” in Twi , seeks to provide a credible platform for the buyer and the seller. The website allows users to seamlessly upload ads onto the site and have them displayed within 4 hours of posting.
The ads will go through a astringent approval process, making sure that they follow the terms and conditions to ensure the products and services sold are legitimate and as genuine as possible.
Chief Executive Officer of Tonaton.com, Nils Hammer said the company has entered the Ghana market with the simple aim of providing a credible website for buyers and sellers to interact. “The site can best be described as an easy-to-use, free classified website where you can buy and sell a wide range of items.”
“The website reflects the company’s ethos of providing a simple, safe and fast buying-selling experience to consumers.”
With a greater vision for the propelling online trading of second-hand items to new heights, Tonaton.com hopes to provide the ideal platform for private persons as well as small and medium-sized enterprises to place themselves on the online market.
According to the CEO of Tonaton.com, the website permits posting of classified ads on the site for no charge. “This is a product for everyone; users are simply required to submit a valid email address and in three easy steps, the ad can be uploaded onto the site.”
“The ads are valid on the site for a period of 90 days. For buyers the site provides a wide selection of great deals on a choice of items, ranging from electronics and pets to vehicles and houses.”
For sellers the site provides benefits such as free ad placements, potentially faster sales than anywhere else and possibly better offers for their products.
Mr. Hammer also stated, “The Ghanaian market is developing at a phenomenal rate. This coupled with the increase in internet penetration and usage in the country indicates that we have plenty of opportunity in this country. We are optimistic about Ghana and we want to be a part of the growth that the country is experiencing.”
is owned by the Swedish Investment company Kinnevik AB, owners of Tigo ad Viasat 1.
By : Citifmonline.com/Ghana