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Home Credit India Partners with HMD Global to Offer 0% Interest Loan on Nokia 3 Smartphone

Home Credit India Finance, one of India’s fastest growing non-banking financial company (NBFC), has partnered with HMD Global, the home for Nokia phones, to offer interest free loans on Nokia 3 smartphone. Home Credit is financing purchase of these smartphones by offering 0% interest loans with flexible EMI and down payment options. The offer is available with customers having the option to pay their EMIs in six and seven months.

Commenting on the partnership, Mr. Tomas Hrdlicka, Chief Marketing Officer, Home Credit India Finance, said, “Nokia has been a household name for over a decade and a leader in technology that connects people and things. This strategic partnership is aimed at enabling customers to have easier access to Nokia phones with hassle free financing options. We are optimistic that our collaboration with HMD will make buying of the new range of mobiles much easier and convenient given our huge network of point of sales across the country. “

“The consumer is always at the center of whatever we do. Keeping this in mind, it is our constant endeavor to offer a smooth and convenient ownership experience to our consumers.  This led to our partnership with Home Credit to ensure that consumers buying Nokia 3 can avail of ‘interest-free’ financial schemes.” said Ajey Mehta, Vice President India, HMD Global.

To locate a store in any city, customers can visit Home Credit India website or give a missed call on 9004690046 to speak to a Home Credit Loan Expert.

The Nokia 3 is available in four distinct colours – Matte Black, Silver White, Tempered Blue and Copper White – and is available at a recommended best buy price of Rs. 9,499.

Home Credit India has been at the forefront of redefining customer experience through innovative products and services. Recently, Home Credit India also launched a Mobile App that provides customers with a one-stop view of loan details, repayment schedule, information on the due amount, and payment date of loans.

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