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SBN offers smart devises to clients

Sat, 22 June 2013 00:35
by Truly Xamises
News Flash

Through what is called the Smart Device Deals, Standard Bank Namibia (SBN) is the first commercial bank in the country to offer financing to its clients for the purchase laptops, smart phones and tablets.
The Smart Device Deals product was launched today and bank’s loyal customers can apply for financing to obtain a smart device of their choice.
According to the bank, selling of exclusive tablets and laptops is to give the Current Account clients the chance to buy these items at very low interest rates, with no deposit and on a hire purchase.
“We have partnered with international leading brands to bring you exclusive offers on tablets and laptops.  You can now buy your Asus Laptop, Google Nexus Tablet, iPad 4 and iPad Mini not only at a reduced price, but also on a Hire Purchase basis over 24 months and you do not need to pay a deposit,” explained Hans Baronice, Head of Personal and Business Banking upon announcement of the new ingenious product.
In order to qualify for the Smart Device Deal, the customer is required to have an existing Standard Bank Current Account into which the salary gets deposited or open a current account into which the first salary needs to be deposited. Payment for the selected smart device deal needs to be made from the client’s Standard Bank cheque account.
New and existing Achiever, Prestige and Private Banking clients have the choice of taking up the smart device deal with Standard Bank Namibia. The usual credit checks will apply.
Internet Banking Manager Rivan Meyer concludes by saying: “Standard Bank Namibia’s Blog Page that was launched on 21 June 2013 further elaborates on the  product range of the Smart Device Deal as well as outlines the terms and conditions thereof”.