Big Billion Days sale: Flipkart app crashes, Twitter reacts

Major e-commerce player Flipkart began with its Big Billion Days sale today. Unlike the previous year, wherein the company faced technical glitches and price discrepancies, Flipkart aimed at providing a hassle free experience.


Major e-commerce player Flipkart began with its Big Billion Days sale today. Unlike the previous year, wherein the company faced technical glitches and price discrepancies, Flipkart aimed at providing a hassle free experience.

However, the sale has gotten off to a bad start. Offering the app-only option to shoppers, the app has been reportedly crashing for a few users for reasons unknown. Twitter had a lot to complain about Flipkart, which caused them a great deal of harrow.

https://twitter.com/vohrarohit/status/653641734283358208?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

https://twitter.com/Asad96Khan/status/653641428883509248?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

https://twitter.com/Shubham_096/status/653641325200314369?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

https://twitter.com/sachinmathews/status/653832773099106305

https://twitter.com/ChiragG14/status/653832294222815232

https://twitter.com/TheMmaIndia/status/653642418378571776

https://twitter.com/anishtweets/status/653641788754952192

https://twitter.com/sidk2811/status/653642801528328193

It’s an immense opportunity for ecommerce players to take on their rivals in the fight for a slice of a larger market share, considering the festive season is just around the corner and e-commerce industry has been capturing everyone’s attention. While Flipkart is expected to ramp up its preparations to ensure everything goes smooth, Amazon released some tips to help customers shop effortlessly.

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