According to the newly launched scheme, Samsung will be providing these three tablets under easy monthly instalments starting from Rs. 725 per month. For all three tablets, the EMI plans are available for 18 months.
Furthermore, these EMI plans are on the discounted price of tablets, which the users will get if they give their old smartphones and tablets (in working condition).
Samsung Galaxy Tab3 Neo, which has a best buying price of Rs. 14,990, will be available for an exchange price of Rs. 12,490 (Rs. 2,500 credit on exchange) followed by the 18 months EMI for Rs. 725 each. Similarly, Samsung Galaxy Tab3 (7) with a best buying price of Rs. 17,490, will be available for Rs. 14,490 with the buy-back offer (Rs. 3,000 credit) that translates to Rs. 841 per month as per EMI plan. Galaxy Tab3 (8) with its best-buy price of Rs. 25,990, will be available for Rs. 22,990 (Rs. 3,000 credit) under the buy-back offer, translating to Rs. 1,334 per month if customers choose to use the EMI offer (See Below).
Notably EMI plans include interest on reducing balance, the rates of which may differ as per the banks. The offer is available with HDFC, Standard Chartered, Citibank, SBI, Axis, ICICI and Kotak Mahindra bank credit cards.
Out of the three tablets in the offer, Samsung Galaxy Tab3 Neo is the latest one to step in the Indian tablet market. Samsung launched the Galaxy Tab3 Neo in February priced at Rs. 16,490 along with Galaxy NotePRO priced at Rs. 64,900.
However, since we have been witnessing some new leaks regarding the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 devices (Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 4 7.0), the Korean tech firm might be trying to clear its existing old stock through these offers for the same.