Bigrock.in Introduced Cash on Delivery Service

Normally we see Cash on Delivery facility on shopping and grocery websites where we place the orders online and we pay at our doorstep when we get our ordered products. But now you can order your Domains and Web Hosting Services by paying for them at your doorstep!!

Bigrock.in the India’s #1 Domain register presents you their latest initiative i.e. Cash on Delivery Payment Option! This is the First Company in the Domain Industry which provides Cash on Delivery Payment Service. Now you can place your orders online and Pay them Offline. The Bigrock executive will collect the money at your doorstep!!

Bigrock Cash on Delivery

Normally we need to pay for the orders placed using Credit Card, Debit Card or by Net Banking. But most of the Young Indian bloggers started blogging from their schooling itself and here the main problem is they don’t have bank account and or a Debit/Credit card to pay. So most of the bloggers take the help from others to buy domain or web hosting and most of them end up by BlogSpot blogs (i.e. Mydomain.blogspot.com).

This is the great initiative by Bigrock i.e. introducing Cash on Delivery payment service. So now you don’t have to worry about Credit/Debit card to pay for your Domain/Hosting services because now you can pay the amount of the orders placed at your doorstep. By this initiative from Bigrock, their sales, new customers and also the bloggers are going to increase in India for sure.

Bigrock is now Celebrating the launch of Cash on Delivery payment option with 25% off on Web, Email and DIY and Reseller Hosting Packages! To avail this discount you just need to use Coupon code “BIGCOD” while checking out your cart. Your order will be activated instantly after making your payment to the Bigrock agent.

They will absolutely not charge you extra for this service. If you cancel your order within its money back guarantee period they will refund your money to your customer account. You can even raise a ticket to request a refund of the money to your bank account.

When you place your order CoD agent will get in touch with you to schedule a time for the payment pickup. There is no risk of using cash on delivery facility while purchasing Web Hosting, Email Hosting, DIY or SSL With domain names.

But the main risk here is someone else would purchase your selected domain name from another registrar between the time that you have placed your order with us and the CoD agent have picked up the payment. Cash on Delivery feature is a third party service in which they have partnered with Gharpay, which is a highly reputable cash collection agency.

Your total cart value must be equal to or greater than a Rs. 1000, so that your order will be eligible for their CoD service. They are expanding their CoD area of service. At present you can avail of their Cash on Delivery service in the following cities.

  • Ahmedabad
  • Bangalore
  • Chandigarh
  • Chennai
  • Faridabad
  • Ghaziabad
  • Gurgaon
  • Hyderabad
  • Kolkata
  • Mumbai
  • Navi Mumbai
  • New Delhi
  • Noida
  • Pune
  • Thane
  • Visakhapatnam

[Source : Bigrock.in]

About Sai Kumar

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Comments

  1. This is amazing! So now people can now buy domains even when they don’t have a bank account, CC, or paypal. This sounds more cool for people who don’t have anything I mentioned above. Mostly students and novice bloggers can enjoy this service! Pretty cool! :)

  2. wow,this would be so helpful for newbies…awesome information!soon every domain company going to launch this service!but bigrock has taken a initiative which is great! i hope this will boost their sales!
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  3. Awesome idea, this means I can now implore my blogger friends in India to purchase domain and hosting for me with direct payment. I have so many challenges transferring the domain name that was bought and sold to me by an Indian on bigrock.in but with this initiative, I am at peace.

    Thanks Kumar for the information
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  4. Oh, that night be helpful for those who have no Paypal (it’s like Slavonic countries mostly). Innovations are always welcomed) thanks for the note
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  5. Sai, This is very good initiative by Big rock and have seen many good offers of upto 60 to 70 percent discounts on domain purchase. Bigrock is exploring multiple options , constantly updating with new services and is preferred by many. Thanks for the latest update.
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  6. That is an interesting move. A considerable portion of Indian community is still afraid of using credit/ debit cards for online transactions and many don’t have a credit/ debit card. This move from big rock will be a big help for them :)
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  7. Surely this service is innovative one. But it could be more better if they provide COD in maximum cities. They targeted only some major cities.
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  8. Wow! this is absolutely fine! With no COD charges and even 25% discount. Is there anything more than this. Love it! I am from Chennai and i am a 8th class school student and it is going to be helpful!! Thank you crunchyhub! I am planning to create a website with a theme of “money saving”!

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