6 June 2022

How To Get Gadget Financing With E-mark in Zambia

E-mark is a leading tech business in Zambia offering top-rated ICT products and services such as mobile phones, laptops, computers, and other electronic consumables.

E-mark was founded to close the gap between the necessity and affordability of acquiring tech equipment in Zambia. This is being made possible through the company’s Gadget Finance, which offers a credit purchase facility that allows you to collect your preferred device upon making an initial payment of at least 30% and pay the balance in installments from 3 to 6 months. If you’re looking to purchase the latest device or an upgrade on your current one, Gadget Finance could be the best solution for you.

“Access to ICTs is not a want anymore but a human right. We should be deliberate about digital inclusion. This will help solve some of the challenges our people are faced with,” the company has stated.

The E-mark Gadget Finance objective is to improve digital inclusion, by increasing access to information and communication technology. Research shows 14.3% of people in Zambia had access to the internet as of 2019. The low penetration is mostly due to the high cost of ICT equipment.

Future of Emark Gadget Finance

Our long term goal is to increase the payment period from at least 12 to 18 months. This is mainly to capture low income earning citizens especially people in rural areas.

When do I collect the device?
Collection is instant.

Who Qualifies for Gadget Finance?
Whether employed or running your own business, Gadget Finance is for you. Students are welcome to apply through parents.

Requirements For Gadget Finance

  • Recommendation/Introductory Letter from Reputable institution Bank/Employer etc
  • 6 months bank statements
  • 3 latest pay slips if employed
  • DDAC instruction on monthly installments
  • Proof of residence
  • Copy of National Registration Card (NRC)

Call +260 97 3209820 to get your gadgets today!

Sandi

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