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Huawei Nova 3i Home Credit installment plans

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Huawei has officially launched another bang for the buck midrange smartphone in the Philippines, the Huawei Nova 3i.

Make no mistake, the Huawei Nova 3i is truly worthy of its asking price of Php15,990. But while it’s priced aggressively, not everyone can afford to shell out that much money all at once just for a phone. So to help out Filipinos in getting their dream smartphone, Home Credit comes in to offer 0% installment plans.

But before we head on to the Huawei Nova 3i Home Credit installment plans table, you may also check out the following smartphones from OPPO and Vivo.

Home Credit6 months (0.8777%)9 months (0.6138%)12 months (5.4504%)18 months (5.4502%)
Monthly Payment
(inclusive of insurance fee)
Php1,945.34Php1,315.89Php1,328.64Php1,030.50
Downpayment
(inclusive of Php309 processing)
Php5,000Php5,000Php5,000Php5,000
Total Contract PricePhp16,672.04Php16,843.01Php20,943.68Php23,549

Related: Huawei Nova 3i vs Nova 2i: Specs Comparison

Looking at the table above, it’s important to note that the best deal you can get for the Huawei Nova 3i is in the 9-month installment plan. It offers a marginally better 0.6138% interest rate compared to the 6-month plan’s 0.8777%.

In case you want a longer payment period of 12 to 18 months, Home Credit offers the phone for a ~5.45% interest rate which goes beyond an additional Php5,000 on top of the suggested retail price (SRP).

If you’re interested in getting the Huawei Nova 3i via Home Credit, simply go to the mall nearest you and look for a Home Credit sales representative who can assist you.

Still undecided? Check out our full review here.

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  1. 15,990 is for 64G internal storage, right?
    How about the 128Gb internal storage? I am planning to buy that instead.
    How much should I pay for down payment and how much should I pay per month for 9 months? If it is possible to pay it off for 12 months, how much?

  2. I inquired for a nova 3i in a store here in cebu, they told me that they only have 10 months to pay it off, how come they only offer 10 months, but i checked it on home credit website, it offers 6,9 and 12months. I don’t see any 10 months, is this legal? by the way I talked to a home credit sales agent.

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