Nokia India on Wednesday launched an EMI scheme for its newest smartphone Lumia 925, priced at Rs. 33,499, wherein the amount will also be paid in six equal month-to-month installments at zero percent charge of pastime Top Theto.
Nokia has tied up with Citibank, HDFC bank, Axis bank, Standard Chartered, HSBC, ICICI Bank and SBI cards for the equal monthly installments (EMI) scheme, and the offer shall be
on hand to shoppers with credit cards from any of those banks.
The corporate said the banks together have a consumer base of over sixteen million, thereby offering is a possibility to increase the provider to a bigger number of clients.
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Our perception displays that many purchasers do not turn out buying their most well-liked handset edition because it tends to be marginally above their pre-decided funds, making upfront payment tough. Our simple EMI scheme at zero percent interest addresses that problem,” Nokia India Director- advertising Viral oz said in a observation.
The Lumia 925 is lighter than the earlier edition (Lumia 920) and has a display that may be read in bright daylight. The instrument has a steel design and showcases the latest PureView digicam innovation, new options, and 0.33 birthday celebration applications.