Econet introduces zero deposit smartphones for Civil Servants scheme

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe has introduced a new scheme to enable civil servants to get smartphones on credit with a zero deposit. The company says teachers, soldiers, police and other civil servants will be able to Gtel and Astro smartphones on zero deposit and pay over a period of 12 months.

The price of the phones are starting at $12 which will also have some data, voice and SMS allowance.

Said Econet:

We have partnered with local device companies to offer this service, and we are also working with the Salaries Services Bureau to ensure participating Civil Servants have a hassle-free method of settling their monthly instalments

All they need to do is produce a copy of their national ID, their army ID, their current pay slip and proof of residence at any Econet Shop country wide, and walk away with their new smart phone

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