OWN A SAMSUNG PHONE IN GHANA
Samsung phones are cool and they get cooler as time goes on, which means the prices of those phones go up as well. Not everyone can afford these devices at a goal, but if it's in your capacity to pay for these phones in a couple of months, then this for you.
Ghana's leading telecommunication company, MTN in partnership with Samsung and Ecobank Ghana launched the "PICK AND PAY LATER" service in November 2019, which allows qualified customers of both MTN Ghana and Ecobank Ghana to choose devices (phones and tablets) of their choice and pay in instalment over a period of 6-12 months through MoMo.
HOW IT WORKS
Customers are credit scored based on their MoMo and other network transactions on the network over a period of time and qualify on that basis.
Dial *527# and follow the prompts. Yeah, it's that simple.
PRICES AND PACKAGES
All devices come with device insurance packages which take care of damages, theft and loss.
Applicants are required to confirm initial payment of a specified amount through MoMo before pick up at either an MTN or Ecobank service centre of their choosing.
Terms and Conditions may apply.
In conclusion, you don't have to go through the hustle of piling up money to buy a Samsung device at a go. There is another option, a better option, take it.
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