Want a free iPhone? Download the new Bayie app

Energy Sunday 29/October/2017 21:40 PM
By: Times News Service
Want a free iPhone? Download the new Bayie app

Muscat: Residents in Oman could win a brand new iPhone 8, if they download the brand new Bayie app.
Now out for the iPhone and Android, the app is the latest expansion from Bayie.com, which enables those who live in the Sultanate to buy and sell essential items in an online marketplace.
To celebrate the launch of the app, Muscat Media Group and Bayie.com are giving away a free iPhone, every week, for the rest of the year. All residents need to do to enter the competition is download the app and post an ad on Bayie.com, through the app.
With a plethora of items available for sale, including household items, electronics, home and garden appliances, and even automobiles, Bayie.com and its new mobile app offers everything to meet the needs and wants of Oman’s residents.
Also on offer are services for hire, such as drivers, nannies, cooks and gardeners, offering their expert skills to those who require them, and Richard Pakenham, chief sales officer at the Muscat Media Group, is thrilled to see Bayie.com, which was launched in June of this year, take this massive step forward.
“Since launching Bayie.com a few weeks ago we have seen many tens of thousands of Oman’s residents visit the website to post their unwanted things for sale and free up cash to buy other stuff,” he said.
“And by doing that for themselves, they are also feeling great about helping other residents affordably find what they need.”
“We set out to make Bayie.com the Sultanate’s very own classifieds site with dedicated local support in English and Arabic and to make the whole user experience really smooth and simple,” added Pakenham.
“Now, with the launch of the Bayie mobile app, we expect even more people to come together through the platform and enjoy the community.”
Residents of Oman, who wish to download and use the Bayie app, need to visit the App Store or Play Store, and simply key in the words ‘bayie,’ enabling them to enter the online marketplace of the Sultanate anytime, anywhere.