Ucom, Unibank offer devices on instalments with no down payment

Friday 14 May 2021 | 14:56 CET | News
Armenian operator Ucom, in cooperation with Unibank, is offering the option to buy smartphones and other end-user devices or accessories on instalments without any depoist. The option is available at Ucom service centres as well as from its online shop. When purchasing the devices, there is no obligation to become a subscriber of any Ucom service.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Alcatel / Realme / Ucom
Countries: Armenia
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