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How much $10 worth at U are places?

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#1 by aihtesham » Fri Mar 27, 2020 07:08

In India I could able to pay my electric bill, phone recharge and some time I spend it on online shopping to purchase any product that lies in Rs 100 to 600.

Usually I am accessing ysense from my mobile and I do some surveys and f8 tasks.last year was so boring as I was busy in my profession So couldn't work from ysense, but this year also happening same thing. But I am so afraid due to "corono "outbreak, may be I loss my job in next few days. So I am trying to be earn more but finally it depends on availability of work..
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#2 by Arvind9 » Fri Mar 27, 2020 07:48

Where do you stay,its time to know people better
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#3 by sonyjmn » Fri Mar 27, 2020 09:16

$10 worth depends on exchange rate

even timings may be taken into consideration
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#4 by tasman1 » Fri Mar 27, 2020 13:41

1 kg tomato and they will give you back 1 cent, tomato 9 .99 kg
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#5 by suraraj » Fri Mar 27, 2020 19:45

Tomato farmers will be very happy in Australia. In India, tomato is always at the lower end of the prise. They never sell at more than 50 rupees a kg or it is always less than 1 dollar. That is why many tomato farmers commit suicide throughout the year.
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#6 by tasman1 » Fri Mar 27, 2020 19:55

suraraj wrote: Tomato farmers will be very happy in Australia. In India, tomato is always at the lower end of the prise. They never sell at more than 50 rupees a kg or it is always less than 1 dollar. That is why many tomato farmers commit suicide throughout the year.




yeah , farmers get 4 cent per kg from 10.00 supermarkets get in shop , dear , dear , farmers are doomed in every country in the world , they bring products and trow it on the street
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#7 by Celestial_Maiden_08 » Sat Mar 28, 2020 07:30

$10 is equivalent to 500 Philippine Pesos here in my country. With that money you can buy a large birthday cake or a big tub of ice cream w/ cones, or 2 boxes of large pizza, or can eat delicious food in restos etc. You can even use it to pay for a cable tv subscription etc....
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#8 by Arvind9 » Sat Mar 28, 2020 07:59

:D is that what you are going to buy
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#9 by Darkstar2 » Sat Mar 28, 2020 08:53

A small bag of 5 jellybeans :mrgreen:
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#10 by charmoeren » Sat Mar 28, 2020 09:57

10 $ = 2 small botles of hand sanitizer

10 $ = 0,70 l cheap vodka

8-10 $ = 1 pizza from the local pizzaria
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#11 by suraraj » Sat Mar 28, 2020 10:34

10 dollars in India

1 Kg of rice- 45 rupees
1 kg of Toor dall- 110 rs
1 kg of tomato- 25 rs
1 Kg of Onion- 30 rs
1 kg of Cabbage- 19 rs
1 kg of Potato- 35 rs
I kg of White sugar- 40 rs
1 Litre of Petrol- 73 rs
1 month amazon prime -129 rs
1 month mobile recharge- 219 rs ( Daily 1 GB of internet and unlimited calls to any network)

Total- 725 rupees
There will be balance of 25 rupees if I get a good exchange rate when the rupee falls more to the dollar
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#12 by josealvesjr » Sat Mar 28, 2020 10:59

suraraj wrote: 10 dollars in India

1 Kg of rice- 45 rupees
1 kg of Toor dall- 110 rs
1 kg of tomatoe- 25 rs
1 Kg of Onion- 30 rs
1 kg of Cabbage- 19 rs
1 kg of Potato- 35 rs
I kg of White sugar- 40 rs
1 Litre of Petrol- 73 rs
1 month amazon prime -129 rs
1 month mobile recharge- 219 rs ( Daily 1 GB of internet and unlimited calls to any network)

Total- 725 rupees
There will be balance of 25 rupees if I get a good exchange rate when the rupee falls more to the dollar

Well, I would say that for instance a $100.00 in India goes along way.
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#13 by suraraj » Sat Mar 28, 2020 11:06

It depends on your needs and habits. I would say that 500 dollars is required in a top metro city including rent, if you do not own a house.
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#14 by Arvind9 » Sat Mar 28, 2020 11:21

josealvesjr wrote:
suraraj wrote: 10 dollars in India

1 Kg of rice- 45 rupees
1 kg of Toor dall- 110 rs
1 kg of tomatoe- 25 rs
1 Kg of Onion- 30 rs
1 kg of Cabbage- 19 rs
1 kg of Potato- 35 rs
I kg of White sugar- 40 rs
1 Litre of Petrol- 73 rs
1 month amazon prime -129 rs
1 month mobile recharge- 219 rs ( Daily 1 GB of internet and unlimited calls to any network)

Total- 725 rupees
There will be balance of 25 rupees if I get a good exchange rate when the rupee falls more to the dollar

Well, I would say that for instance a $100.00 in India goes along way.

Everywhere in India rates are not the same I am in Mumbai
1Kg Rice Rs 60
1Kg Toor dal Rs 120
1Kg onions Rs 60
1Kg Potatoes Rs 45
1Kg Sugar Rs 42
1Lt petrol Rs 76
1 month mobile 4G Rs298 2Gb daily
Cable TV 1 month Rs 362
1 month Amazon prime Rs 140
1 Month Netflix Rs 160
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#15 by tasman1 » Sat Mar 28, 2020 13:39

suraraj wrote: 10 dollars in India

1 Kg of rice- 45 rupees
1 kg of Toor dall- 110 rs
1 kg of tomato- 25 rs
1 Kg of Onion- 30 rs
1 kg of Cabbage- 19 rs
1 kg of Potato- 35 rs
I kg of White sugar- 40 rs
1 Litre of Petrol- 73 rs
1 month amazon prime -129 rs
1 month mobile recharge- 219 rs ( Daily 1 GB of internet and unlimited calls to any network)

Total- 725 rupees
There will be balance of 25 rupees if I get a good exchange rate when the rupee falls more to the dollar




Cost for all that in Australia .........minimum 45.00 , and up to 55.00 and up to 70 in this new Corona time
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#16 by Nikorj » Sat Mar 28, 2020 15:58

$10??

6x8 rolls of toilet paper.

Cheapest find.
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#17 by anairdapm » Sat Mar 28, 2020 19:45

In my contry $10 are $200 pesos and i can buy
1kg of beef__ $120
1Kg of rice___ $27
1kg of sugar__ $21
2L Coca cola__ $30
1 bubble gum $2

Or i can pay Ntflix $169
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