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How to buy a mobile phone on EMI using a Debit Card?

Did you know that it is possible to buy a mobile phone on EMI? Yes. It’s possible. All you need is a pre-approved customer to avail ‘On The Fly Debit Card EMI’ by Bank of Baroda, and the smartphone of your choice can be yours.
Buying a phone can be a costly affair these days. Some smartphones are expensive and we often have to end up saving to make the purchase or delay our purchase until we have sufficient funds. But now, with EMI offers on debit card, buying electronic goods and gadgets is easier than ever.
So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and buy the smartphone on EMI using your Bank of Baroda debit card.
How does this process work?
Buying a smartphone on EMI using a debit card is simple and hassle-free process. Here’s how you can go about it

Debit Card EMI is live on 2 lakh+ POS devices of Pine Labs on reputed merchant outlet to buy the smartphone of your choice.
Choose your smartphone and proceed to make the payment using Bank Of Baroda debit card.
Select the EMI tenure between 3 months to 18 months.
Proceed to complete the payment.
The bank will process the conversion of your payment into regular EMIs
Your transaction is complete.

Features & Advantages
Buying your dream smartphone using Debit Card EMI is now easy, convenient and comes with a host of features. Check the list below to know more

Easy, accessible and convenient to use
Zero processing fees
No paperwork
Transactions up to Rs. 50,000 can be converted into easy EMIs
Users have access to over 100 brands, across 2 Lakh merchant outlets
Cashback Upto 16% is available on Brand EMI transactions
Rate of interest applicable is 16% p.a.

EMI by debit cards is an easy, convenient and affordable solution for buying high-value products, especially when you’re on a budget.
As more people make use of this facility to pay for smartphones and other electronic gadgets, EMI on debit card is rapidly evolving for affordability solution.

How to Get a Car Loan?

Now that you have zeroed in on your dream car after test driving a few of them, you probably cannot wait any longer to buy it. Now the next obvious question is, what are your financial options for buying the dream car? For many of us, a car loans seems like a comfortable financial option to consider, given that it leaves cash liquidity intact and you can get a car loans in easy EMI options at affordable interest rates, so it does not pinch your pocket much. Here’s a guide on what to do next!
First things first. Check if you are eligible for a car loans. Once you know you meet the eligibility criteria, it speeds up the process of getting a loan approved.
Am I eligible for a car loan?
Each bank has its own criteria for car loans. It could be minimum annual income or minimum years of employment among others.
For example, Bank of Baroda provides up to 90% financing for the said category of borrowers-

Salaried Employees
Businessmen, professionals and farmers
Directors of Private and Public Limited companies, Proprietor of Proprietorship Firms, partners of Partnership Firms.
Corporates (Partnership, private Limited, Public limited and Trust)
NRIs/PIOs

What are the documents required for a car loan?
Though documents required may vary from bank to bank, but most commonly, banks ask for the documents mentioned below along with the loan application form-
For Proof of identity, one of these documents van be produced:

Passport
Driving license
Latest three months old credit card statement.
Salary slip
Income tax assessment order
Utilities like electricity bill, landline bills-not older than 6 months.
Bank statement
Letter from employer/public authority (should be validated by bank)
iVoter ID card
Retired government employees can produce pension payment orders
Registered leave and license agreement or sale deed or lease agreement.

Please note, every time there is a change of address or change in any other detail furnished to the bank, the applicant will need to immediately notify it to the bank along with updated document proofs.
Proof of income:

Bank statement of the last three to six months
Salary slip and form 16 (for salaried persons)
Income tax returns (for self-employed persons)

Margin
Lenders require you to pay a portion of the price of the car, also called the margin, as the lender pays the rest, which becomes your loan value. In case of Bank of Baroda, the margin is 10% on the ‘on the road’ price of the car.

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