StarTimes Uganda and Centenary Bank bring you the Digital Loan

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If you’ve been looking to watch digital television but had lost hope because of the high costs of primary installation, this will work great for you. Centenary Bank is partnering with StarTimes Uganda to give you the Digital Loan you could have yearned for in silence.

The deal will provide a platform that will enable Centenary Bank customers, majority of whom are in rural areas, to own a digital television set at an affordable fee through a favourable payment plan.

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For as little as Shs100,000 instalments per month, customers will be able to acquire Star Times high quality digital television sets and other accessories under an Asset Financing ‘Digital Loan’ Scheme. This money can be paid back over a period of 6 months.

Speaking at the launch, held at Mapeera House, the StarTimes Chief Executive Officer Mr. Andy Wang said that Star Times has a variety of TV sets ranging from 24 inch, 32 inch and 40 inch LED TV which come along with inbuilt decoders both Satellite and antenna; and this partnership, will enable StarTimes to acquire its prime objective of providing affordable digital pay TV services to Ugandan households.

This is because with this kind of loan scheme provided by Centenary Bank, many will be able to afford the LED TVs hence enjoy quality entertainment.

“We are delighted to have partnered with Star Times, because we have a shared goal, to improve the livelihood of the customers we serve,” said the Centenary Bank Managing Director, Mr. Fabian Kasi as he addressed the guests.

He added that through the partnership with Star Times many of the bank’s customers’ dream of owning a digital television will certainly come to pass.

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