Home Credit India, an international consumer finance provider with the largest penetration in sub Rs.10,000 category in India, for the first time, has introduced the longest tenure financing scheme that gives you the flexibility and freedom to own your device as well as not pay through heavy EMIs.The limited period offer is aimed at providing freedom to customers who wish to purchase a premium Nokia Smartphone at a financing tenure of 24 months on attractive EMI schemes.
Home Credit has always driven its objective towards empowering its customers, as well as first-time borrowers, to experience the advanced technologies by topline smartphone brands. The offer is eligible on Home Credit India in-store financing for customers, as well as first-time borrowers, planning to buy mobile phones.
Speaking on the occasion, Artem Popov, Chief Sales Officer, Home Credit India, said; “A wise choice is always to look at easy finance options that enables one to easily manage finances and not to burn a hole in your pocket at one go. It is therefore important to evaluate your financial partner who can advise you as well as help you with convenient loan options. We’ve announced the longest tenure financing scheme on Nokia with additional benefits for those who aspire to own the coolest smartphone available in the market. Catering to the evolving user needs and preferences, it is Home Credit’s endeavor to provide top-of-class products, unique service experience, and value for money to our customers. We are optimistic towards making the best of smartphone brands accessible to customers across India.”
The offer with Nokia is available on below-mentioned models in select Home Credit outlets, Pan India: Nokia 7.1, Nokia 8.1 (4GB & 6GB), Nokia 8 Sirocco.
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