Vodafone Idea Teamed Up with Home Credit to Offer 4G Smartphone Starting at ₹799

Vodafone Idea Limited today announced an industry-first strategic alliance with Home Credit India, an international consumer finance provider to facilitate financial access for the 4G smartphone bundle. Under this first-of-its-kind industry alliance, Vodafone Idea pre-paid customers with no credit history can buy a new 4G smartphone for a down payment of just ₹799 and pay the rest in easy installments. Apart from easy EMI, vodafone is also offering a 180-day validity plan offering unlimited local and national calls & 1.5GB 4G data per day.

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Customers can select the 4G smartphone of their choice from a wide range of options and popular brands available at multiple price points starting at ₹3,999. Irrespective of the cost of the smartphone chosen, the down payment remains constant at only ₹799. Interested buyers can access finance in 179 cities of operations of Home Credit India through the vast Point-of-Sale network of 29,000. Check out details of the bundled prepaid plan below.

VoiceUnlimited local & national calls
SMS100 free local & national SMS
Data1.5 GB data per day
RoamingFree National roaming
Validity180 days

Commenting on the partnership, Avneesh Khosla, Operations Director – Marketing, Vodafone Idea Limited said, “It is our constant endeavor to deliver the most relevant proposition and value to our customers. We are delighted to partner with Home Credit to offer easy finance options to encourage our customers to upgrade to 4G smartphones. This partnership will help fulfill the aspirations of several million mobile phone users across the country, including those who have never had access to credit before and those who desire a smartphone but couldn’t afford to pay upfront. This bundled telecom offer will enable non-users of 4G to upgrade and experience the benefits of mobile internet while enjoying a richer user experience with Vodafone Idea.”

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