TECNO TakeNow is a gadget financing program by TECNO that allows customers to get their favorite smartphones from Tecno, Itel, and Infinix at an affordable fee and pay for them in installments over a period of time. Mostly introduced during the launch of Camon 19, TECNO TakeNow is now available countrywide and it is very simple to sign up for it.
This guide will take you through all you need to know about the TECNO TakeNow program in Uganda. How to signup, which devices you can get, and payment terms Let’s get started, shall we?
How to Signup For TECNO TakeNow
Transsion Uganda, the parent company of TECNO, itel, Oraimo, and Infinix has partnered with many electronics shops countrywide for the TakeNow program. Anyone with an Original National ID can get a phone on loan. All you have to do is visit a shop outlet that has the Tecno TakeNow symbol and ask to get the gadgets on credit.
TECNO TakeNow Payment Terms
The installment payment is agreed upon by the customer and the sales representative in the shop. Customers pay 30% of the price of the gadget before they can get the device. The outlets determine the price. Most shops have different prices and that is how it is calculated
The perks of this service are the payment duration. The payment period runs for 6 months and the customer is using the gadgets as they make monthly payments.
Let’s look at taking the new TECNO Camon 19 using this program. Camon 19 base models’ prices start at UGX700,000 on most outlets. 30% initial deposit before you can take the phone is UGX210,000, which means you have a balance of UGX490,000 to pay for the phone in 6 months. Ideally, you can pay UGX82,000 per month until it’s settled. Who wouldn’t love a deal like that? This sort of device payment service is common in the western hemisphere by mobile carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon to name a few.
Devices You Can Get on Credit With TECNO TakeNow
All transsion smartphones i.e. iTel, TECNO, and Infinix are available in the program. This means you can get all your favorite phones like the itel P38, Infinix Note 12, Infinix Zero 5G, and more at a small fee and pay for them in installments.
TECNO TakeNow is available countrywide and is still expanding slowly. Customers will simply go to the selected participating shops with the TakeNow service and sign up for the program.
The TECNO TakeNow is a welcome addition, especially for low-income earners and it’s something people can leverage to get new gadgets. The only bottleneck at the moment maybe is they don’t allow phone swaps at the moment. What do you think about this service from Tecno? Are you going to try it out? Share with us in the comment section.