Home Credit Launches EMI Program to Buy LG, Samsung, Sony and Xiaomi Products in New Year


Home Credit India, a local arm of the international consumer credit provider with operations in Europe and Asia, has launched a bunch of innovative finance products and offerings for its clients, all together, in the New Year . The company has partnered with leading consumer durables brands to provide attractive and user-friendly financing programs. Offers are available for popular home appliance brands such as LG Electronics, Samsung, Sony, Xiaomi, Haier, Voltas, Whirlpool, Blue Star, Aisen and Voltas-Beko.

The offers aim to give the freedom to customers who want to buy a new device for their home, from attractive EMI schemes, to give their home a new look in 2021 without hassle.

Home Credit has expanded its health insurance portfolio with two new offerings: Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Family Health Insurance and Pocket Premium powered by Credit Linked Health Plan and Group Guard Insurance Policy for provide financial security to clients’ families and enable them to access better medical care.

With Home Credit’s Ujjwal card, customers can benefit from an instant loan limit for immediate use as well as unique offers such as Fin-Shield-life, accident insurance coverage as well as payment holidays and monitoring of its loans and its monthly outstanding.

The company has served over 11.3 million customers with various flexible loan options. To be a leader in the field of sub-funding ??10,000 category,

Home Credit offers a plethora of hassle-free financing options from a strong network of approximately 31,500 points of sale (PoS) in 350 cities. The company is committed to fostering credit penetration and expanding financial inclusion through responsible lending in the country.

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