It is indeed possible to rent smartphones for the long term – BNP Paribas comes with an innovative device rental service. For starters, we will be renting smartphones from Apple. How does it all look?
While it is normal to rent an apartment, and we also rent cars quite often, when it comes to smartphones, it is not a very popular option in our country. Thanks to a bank’s new offer, this may soon change!
New service in Poland: smartphone rental
BNP Paribas offers a long-term rental service of utility equipment to individual clients. Thank her for the period 24 or 30 months We will be able to take possession of the smartphone of our choice.
What is also important, during the term of the contract, our smartphone It will be covered by insurance (also from theft), and in the event of a device failure, the user will receive the necessary technical support.
When you rent a smartphone for several dozen months, you don’t have to worry about a lack of flexibility – during the term of the contract we can decide on a new device.
Then the smartphone we used so far won’t end up in the trash, but it will stay renovated It will return to the market or to the BNP Paribas Foundation fee. Therefore, it is also a service to those who are indifferent to the fate of our planet.
We can also extend the contract after 24 or 30 months, or Buying a Smartphone to Own.
Initially, customers will only be able to choose Apple smartphones – the new service is offered in cooperation with iSpot. To take advantage of the offer, you have to go to one of the 27 iSpot stores in Poland.
As the first in the market, we offer an innovative service that allows customers to access the latest new and brand smartphones on financially favorable terms. At the same time, thanks to additional insurance and maintenance packages, they are protected in the event of a breakdown or theft of the device.
– Comments by Krzysztof Wojciechowski, Director of PF New Business Models and Innovation Department at BNP Paribas Bank.
It is with great pleasure that the first solutions appear on the market which will allow users to be more flexible. I’m just confused by the truth Contract length 24 or 30 months is too much. Periods of several months with the possibility of extension may seem more attractive to clients in this case.
BNP Paribas also claims that the offer will prove more profitable for customers than buying an iPhone. Unfortunately, the company has not yet provided a price list, which would be decisive at the moment.
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