Can’t afford an iPhone X? You can rent one for Rs 2,099/month from Rentomojo

If you have been dreaming to buy a flagship smartphone, but have been struggling with your budget. Then, Rentmojo has something interesting going on for you. The consumer leasing platform, Rentmojo, now offers smartphones on rent from brands like Apple, Samsung, and Google. Irrespective for the period you are seeking to purchase, short or long periods, you can choose accordingly.

With companies releasing handsets at prices Rs 70,000 and above makes it impossible for everyone to buy the latest handsets. This smartphone rental service will make it possible for enthusiasts to try out the latest flagship phones. What’s more interesting is that while leasing out the phone if you like the experience you can own it completely. Of course, it’s an option up to you, nothing mandatory.

What are the rental plans for Smartphones?

Starting with Rs 2,099 you can opt for time periods six, twelve, eighteen, and twenty-four months. The maximum EMI goes as high as Rs 9,299. There is a refundable deposit amount that will vary according to the phone you opt for. It shall be a month or two months rent amount. That amount needs to be paid at the time of the booking.

This service would be available in limited cities to start with. The regions include Bengaluru, Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai, and Noida. It will further expand to cities like Chennai, Hyderabad, and Pune in the next quarter. Along with smartphones, the CEO of the company, Geetansh Bamania ensures that his company will expand the smart devices portfolio to products like Google Home on rentals.

Would you be interested in buy a smartphone on rent? Let us know in the comments section below.

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