With the premium mid-range Reno retailing for P26,990 and the flagship Reno 10x Zoom setting you back at P45,990, the frantic reaction from Filipino consumers is understandable. That said, you can always afford these devices thru installment plans via Globe, Home Credit, and select credit cards.
OPPO Reno via Globe Plan
While OPPO is working out on making its Reno lineup available on major telcos, you can get the Reno under Plan 1799 with no cash-out involved(more details regarding the contract will be revealed soon by Globe). It comes with the following inclusions:
- 11GB Data
- Unli All-net Texts
- Unli Calls to Globe and TM
- (optional) 6-months of Disney Life and Amazon Prime Video, 3-months iFlix VIP and Spotify Premium
Via Home Credit
If you don’t have any credit card, you can avail the Reno phones via Home Credit. With only two government IDs, the devices can be had in 9 or 12-month installments plans at 0% interest.
As for Metrobank credit card holders, you can avail the standard Reno in 12-month installment plan (P2249.16 per month) and the Reno 10x Zoom in 24-months installment plan (P1916.25 per month). Both at 0% interest.