ONE beloved tradition that most of us love come the holiday season is exchanging gifts. Nothing says Christmas more than receiving one in exchange of a present you’ve given, but what if you actually get to choose the gift you get back?
This is exactly what Home Credit Philippines’ Trade to Upgrade is currently offering—being your very own monito or monita! This latest treat from the in-store loan provider lets you swap your old phone to any Home Credit store and use it as a downpayment for a new gadget. It’s perfect for those who want to treat themselves this Christmas without spending too much.
This trade-in elevates HCPH’s services which cater to Filipinos who are looking for friendly and fast in-store financing options. To avail the Trade to Upgrade, a customer simply has to visit a Home Credit store offering this treat, present two IDs, and wait for 10 minutes for the result of their application. If approved, Home Credit’s friendly sales associates will evaluate the value of your mobile phone and use it as your downpayment for a new model.
Trade to Upgrade can cover a financed amount of P3,000 to 60,000 for nine to 12 months and you can also opt to add cash to the value of the mobile phone you want to swap. Check out the list below for other details about this great offering:
You can swap all brands and models of mobile phones.
You can still swap your phone even if it is damaged given that it is working and is an original model.
You can only use one unit per transaction.
Phone accessories are not included in the assessment of your unit’s value.
You can add cash if the assessed value of your mobile phone is lower than the minimum downpayment amount.
If you want to know more about the offering, don’t hesitate to visit any Home Credit store and ask our friendly sales associates!
Here are the stores where you can apply for Trade to Upgrade: OPPO-Fairview Terraces Mall; Vivo-Fairview Terraces Mall; Fone Style-Robinsons Antipolo; New Cellway-SM Manila; Asus-SM Valenzuela; Fone Style-Ayala Malls Feliz; Asus-Ayala Malls Feliz; Fone Style-SM Masinag; Zenfone–Glorietta; Fone Style–Glorietta; New Cellway-SM Southmall; Infinity Store-SM Taytay;
Fone Style-SM Muntinlupa; Fone Style -SM Mall of Asia; Fone Style-SM Sta. Mesa; Fone Style-SM San Mateo; Fonestyle-SM Sucat; Fone Style-Robinsons Forum; Fone Style-SM North EDSA
Fone Style-SM Marikina; OPPO-SM Marikina; Fone Style-SM Las Pinas; OPPO -SM East Ortigas; Fone Style-SM East Ortigas; Fone Style-SM San Lazaro; Fone Style -SM Cubao; New Cellway-SM Fairview; Sony-SM Fairview; Fone Style-SM Fairview; Fone Style-SM Bicuta
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