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A new study says that there are many people who are trying to avoid buying Phils fish market.
According to a report by a research firm, the research firm Deloitte, which is a member of the Deloise group, more than one in 10 people in India are avoiding Phils market.
The study, conducted by Delois research firm in Bengaluru, analysed data on 10.3 million transactions from January 1 to December 31, 2017.
Deloitte found that almost 1 in 5 transactions have been done through a PayPal account, an Uber or a Viber, and almost 6.7 per cent were done through an online service.
It said that one in five transactions were done online, and the majority of transactions were made through smartphones.
The company also found that 70 per cent of transactions had been done using PayPal, whereas only 4.4 per cent have been used through an app.
On average, the number of transactions done through PayPal was less than one per day, while Uber and Viber transactions were more frequent.
The research firm also found out that about 2 per cent transactions were conducted online, while about 3 per cent did not use an app at all.
The report also said that the most common reasons for not buying the Phil’s fishmarket was that it was not within the parameters of the company’s “marketing guidelines”.
The report said that when it came to the “market pricing” that was specified in its marketing guidelines, Phils only offered discounts of up to 70 per rupee ($2) on certain items.
However, the report said, “the company does not offer discounts to consumers who purchase the fish market with their own money”.