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“My life is split into BD and AD - Before Dunzo and After Dunzo.

In the Before Dunzo universe, there were things I wanted to do, and then there were things I just resented having to do.

That’s when a friend introduced me to dunzo.

It started off as an app I used occasionally. I liked it, but it wasn’t love at first sight. There’s a learning curve to unlocking the complete potential of dunzo. It took me a while to figure out that I could use it for pretty much anything, any time of the day, as many times as I wanted.

But at one point, that just clicked in my head.

And I was hooked.

When I tell people about dunzo, I pitch it as an app that allows you to be lazy, and I keep telling them(dunzo) this should be their pitch too. They empower me, yes. But they empower me to sit on my couch, and that’s all I want!

You don’t have to spend your life in traffic, you can use your time elsewhere, even if that is spent watching TV. It’s the best use of your time TO YOU, and that’s all that should matter.

The thing not many people realize about dunzo is, they can run things in parallel. So they’re actually doing my tasks faster than I ever could. If I had to do it myself, I’d do my tasks sequentially, but they give me the ability to think parallely and do as many things as I want within an hour.

dunzo saves you time, effort, helps you be lazy, productive, whatever you want to be!

It’s a lifestyle change.

And once you make it, there’s no going back.”

-Gautam John

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