FNB Now Offers Gaming Devices, Next Gen Consoles Coming Soon
FNB has been offering technology devices to consumers for quite some time. Prices from FNB are often seen as affordable, as consumers able to pay purchases off over a period of 24 months. Furthermore, orders paid off over 24 months not will be subject to any additional interest, fees or charges.
“As we increase the number of devices per cheque account and expand our product range to include gaming, we are no longer just providing the devices that allow banking on the go but we are slowly moving towards becoming a lifestyle partner,” says Kartik Mistry, Head of Smart Devices at FNB Core Banking Solutions.
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This deal essentially allows anyone interested in gaming to acquire new consoles through FNB, over a period of 24 months. This generally makes it a lot easier and more affordable for consumers as there is no burden of a once-off purchase. However, as one would guess, paying a device off over a long period of time often leads to a cost that is greater than what an initial one-off purchase would be.
At the moment FNB only offers two gaming offers, the Xbox 360 250GB Console at R229 per month (2x Controllers, Halo 4, Tomb Raider, GTA V, and 800 XBOX Live Points) and the Xbox 360 250GB Kinect Console at R229 per month (2 x Wireless Controller, Kinect Bundle, FIFA 14, and 800 XBOX Live Points).
FNB has further plans to offer next-generation consoles, too. The first next-generation console that will be available is the PlayStation 4. Prices, release dates, and bundles for this has not yet been released. Again, a long-term purchase allows for one to adopt the console without much financial strain.
Other products currently available include Apple’s iPhone 5S and 5C, the Samsung Galaxy Note, and other laptops. New additions for the future include Nokia’s 1020 and Phablet and Sony Xperia devices.
More information is available on the FNB site.