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You Can Now Own a Huawei Y7 Prime 2019 in Kenya through Lipa Later Online Credit Facility instead of Paying an Upfront Lump some

Does the newly unveiled Huawei Y7 Prime 2019 fancy you in some way but the price tag just seems a little too much to raise at a go? Well here’s another interestingly simpler way you could start your journey of owning one at manageable installments. Huawei has inked a deal with ‘Lipa Later’ – an online credit facility that would see consumers purchase its devices on hire purchase with monthly installments of up to twelve months. ‘Lipa Later’ which loosely means ‘pay later’ let’s consumers pay for whatever they need over a period of time from selected sellers that allow the facility instead of raising the entire cash which could be strenuous to some.  

While at the launch event for the device, ‘Lipa Later’s ‘winnie Nzisa said instead of consumers coughing up the entire Ksh. 17,999, they could start owning the Huawei Y7 Prime 2019 for as little as Ksh. 2,600 per month in retail stores across the country.

“Huawei has partnered with Lipa Later to enable consumers Get the newly launched Huawei Y7 Prime 2019 using our facilities today and pay in flexible monthly instalments of as little as Kshs 2,600,” Nzisa added. At the moment, the Huawei Y7 Prime 2019 is still on pre-order, and this facility has them covered as well. For those who pre-orders this handset using the Lipa Later facility, they will receive a free Huawei gift pack. Pre-orders are set to end on the 7th of February.

The Huawei Y7 Prime 2019 is one of 2019’s promising devices that’ve already gone official in the mid-range category. For the price tag, it combines an interesting design and modern technology that is just way out of its league and will prove quite a catch to most consumers out there. Its signature dew-drop display extends to 6.26inches and has one of the best artificial intelligence camera with a 13MP sensor.

The offer comes at a time when Kenyan’s are preparing to celebrate valentine’s day, and Huawei seems to have spiced up the device by unveiling a RED color option alongside Blue and Black.

 How to Own Huawei Y7 Prime 2019 Through Lipa Later Facility

  • All you have to do is register online via ‘Lipa Later’ website or visit Lipa Later partner stores
  • Submit requirements online or through partner stores and wait for approval from Lipa Later
  • Once you have been approved, collect your Huawei Y7 Prime 2019 and start making monthly payments

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