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December 18, 2013

Sulit merges operations with OLX in the Philippines

Sulit founder and Managing Director RJ David announced the other day the merger of Sulit.com.ph and OLX Philippines. Both sites are among the top 3 classified ads sites in the Philippines.

The development was announced by RJ David in the Sulit forums. Here’s a copy of the said announcement:

Hello everyone. This is RJ and Arianne – founders of Sulit.com.ph.

We are excited to announce that Sulit and OLX are combining forces in the Philippines and strengthening our #1 position as the fastest and easiest way for Filipinos to buy and sell stuff. Effective immediately, OLX.com.ph is being redirected to Sulit.com.ph, bringing together the #1 and #3 buy and sell sites in the Philippines.

OLX, an affiliate of Sulit in the same multinational group of companies, has fast become a world leader in online classifieds sites elsewhere in the globe, including leading sites in India, Latin America, Africa and beyond. In merging the existing OLX.com.ph site into Sulit.com.ph, Sulit also joins the OLX Network.

By now it makes sense to combine our forces for the benefit of our users. This makes things simpler, faster and easier for all Filipinos to sell their second-hand and used items – all they have to do is come to Sulit. You can list your item in minutes, and start hearing from buyers near you on the same day.

With more than a hundred thousand Filipinos already selling their stuff on Sulit every month, and millions of buyers finding great deals on things to buy, we continue to improve every day to make Sulit the fastest and easiest way to sell your stuff.

And, if you have any questions about how to use Sulit to sell used items, please contact our Customer Support (576-9591) who are on call to help you with live help available from 9:00am to 6:00pm on weekdays, or you can also send an email to support@sulit.com.ph any time with our customer support team ready to reply within 24 hours.

Since both OLX and Sulit belong to the same parent company, it does make sense for both sites to just operate in one domain in the Philippines. While Sulit is the most popular classified ads sites in the country, OLX also maintains the same position in many other countries around the globe.

Sulit is now OLX Philippines
How the mighty Sulit became OLX PH

5 Responses to “Sulit merges operations with OLX in the Philippines”

  1. jamesbimby says:

    ang pangit na ng sulit ang daming kaartehan. magpopost lang ng bagong ads nakikialam pa. di ba pwede mag post lang ng ad? instead na mag improve naging frustrating pa. labo labo na sulit page ko naghalo halo yung mga expired, archived, sold at active ads. nakakalito tuloy sa mga customers. kelangan ata bumili muna ng sulit gold para ayusin nila bugs.

  2. kuripot says:

    sulit is not anymore a Pinoy Company. Sulit will now make it harder to post items without any fee.

    Well, I found a new Sulit which is truly Pinoy and more beautiful than sulit. Guess what is this site? It is not only sulit but with Mega. MegaSuit!! check this classified site. All are free and easy

    http://www.megasulit.com

  3. kuripot says:

    Oooops typo above(not megasuit). The site is MegaSulit.com

  4. […] in December, we reported that Sulit has merged operations with OLX Philippines. Little did we know that it will OLX that will become the brand handle for …read […]

  5. Shopper says:

    Sayang ang Sulit. Pero may potential na papalit.
    check nyo ung

    SulitShop.com

    Lupet din

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