Buy Now, Pay Later Option For These Samsung Smartphones Now Available! Check Full List Of Eligible Phones
Now buying Samsung flagship smartphones has become easier as the smartphone has announced a new and interesting option for all the people who want to own a flagship Samsung smartphone.
As per this new development, the tech giant has introduced ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ option of payment for all of its customers.
In simple terms, the smartphone maker is giving users a flexible choice to buy their flagship and foldable smartphones.
For Which Smartphones Samsung Buy Now, Pay Later Option is Available ?
Basically, the Buy Now, Pay Later option is available on the Samsung Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G and Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G smartphones.
These new purchase options from Samsung will provide the customers with a flexible way of purchasing high-end and expensive Samsung smartphones.
How Does Buy Now, Pay Later Work?
According to Samsung, with the Buy Now, Pay Later option, the customers will only have to pay 60% of the total amount in 18 equal installments.
The remaining 40% amount can be paid by the customers in the 19th installment as a bullet payment.
Apart from this, the customers having a minimum credit limit of Rs 1.5 lakhs are eligible for this offer, said the company.
Besides this, Samsung also offers zero down payment and minimal processing charge of just 1% on flagship smartphones
As part of this new buying option.
This offer will be applicable for the purchase of Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3.
This offer also includes the ICICI Buy Now, Pay Later promotion where customers who will purchase the Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G will also get the Galaxy Watch4 for Rs 2,999.
Not only that, this offer also offers Galaxy Buds 2 at Rs 2,999 with the purchase of either the Galaxy S22+ 5G or Galaxy S22 5G.
If we talk about the availability for this offer, the Buy Now, Pay Later feature is available for all ICICI Bank credit card holders.
Further, it can be availed at all retail outlets and Samsung stores in the country.
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