BlackBerry launches EMI schemes for BlackBerry Z10 and Curve 9220 With No Down Payment

By May 24th, 2013 AT 1:44 AM

BlackBerry has launched equated monthly installment (EMI) schemes for BlackBerry Z10 in India, which is now available for Rs 4,799 per month for 9 months on credit card purchases. It can be purchased on Citibank, HDFC, HSBC, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, Kotak, SBI Card and Standard Chartered credit cards.

Blackberry Z10 in EMI
Customers can also use their credit cards to buy BlackBerry Curve 9220 through a monthly installment scheme of Rs 799 per month for 12 months. The plan would be rolled out across 3,000 BlackBerry outlets by this weekend and will be available in additional 400 outlets by next week. Both the schemes come with no down payment, processing fees or interests.
BlackBerry has also launched a 1 GB per month data plan at Rs 999 per year for Idea Cellular customers in Chennai, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Andhra Pradesh.

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Sayantan
Sayantan

If this offers comes wid Debit card,
then its more useful.
How many will use credit for this??
If blackberry is copying samsung then copy their galaxy note 2 scheme.

Jackdish
Jackdish

ye samsung ka “marketing” copy, good idea to sale SBI card aslo…

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