Jumia Introduces Jumia Flex To Let Users Pay For Gadgets and Smartphones Installmentally

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Jumia Flex is a new service that  allows you to pay for an electronic device in installment.

Let's say you  wish to get an iPhone X or Samsung Note 8 or Microsoft Surface Book P but you don’t want to pay for it at once or don't have enough money , Jumia Flex gives you an option that lets you get your device once you pay the deposit, then the balance is automatically debited from the same payment instrument used to make your deposit, for 3 month or 6 months depending on the plan you choose.






 

Requirements
1. You’ll need your BVN, Bank Statements from the last 6months in PDF

2. Valid ID (Int’l passport/Driver’s license/Voters card or national ID)

3. Each customers can only apply for one device.

How Does Jumia Flex Work?
1.Go to jumia.com.ng/jumiaflex to select your device and fill the application form. You’ll get a response to your application within 3 working days of submission.

2. If approved, you’ll get an email directing you to pay the upfront deposit and shipping fee with your card or bank account online.

3. Once you’ve paid the deposit, your order is processed and you can pick it up within few days

4. After the first months, you’ll be automatically debited every 30 days for the unpaid balacnces for the next 3 months or 6 months depending on the plan you choose.

Jumia Flex is currently available in Lagos and you must be there in person to pick it up.


Why always Lagos though?



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