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Moira dela Torre stars in Home Credit’s The Great 0% Interest Festival campaign video

Jeam Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com)Manila, Philippines November 18, 2022 – Following the rollout of the largest and grandest 0% Interest Sale nationwide, Real Estate Credit Philippines (HCPH), the lifestyle partner of every Filipino, launched a new campaign video this holiday season for the brand The big festival at 0% interestheadlined by Home Credit brand ambassador, Moira de la Torre.

Moira dela Torre stars in Home Credit’s The Great 0% Interest Festival campaign video

Launched via Home Credit’s Facebook and YouTube pages, the new campaign video was inspired by a famous Filipino reality TV singing contest in which Moira was a judge. In the recently released campaign video, Moira stars as one of Home Credit’s panelists “Buy-dol Philippines.”

The campaign video, which aims to promote and raise awareness of The Great 0% Interest Festival by Home Credit, shows some Buy-dol hopes performing songs about the products customers can get through home equity at a 0% interest installment plan this holiday season.

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LINK TO VIDEO: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZ3b7ueTrYU]

“Christmas being the most festive shopping season of the year, at Home Credit we want to give our customers access to the widest range of items offered at the most affordable installment plans ever. With the launching our biggest 0% interest sale, we want to make every Filipino’s shopping experience more next this holiday season. We’re joined by our Brand Ambassador Moira dela Torre to help celebrate the holidays in a fun and meaningful way with Home Credit,” said HCPH Chief Marketing Officer Sheila Paul.

Some shots of BTS with Home Credit brand ambassador Moira dela Torre.

Moira with mortgage
Moira with mortgage
Some pictures of BTS with Moira dela Torre, Home Credit brand ambassador
Some pictures of BTS with Moira dela Torre, Home Credit brand ambassador
Some behind-the-scenes photos with Home Credit Brand Ambassador Moira dela Torre
Some behind-the-scenes photos with Home Credit Brand Ambassador Moira dela Torre

Home Credit’s big 0% interest festival

Filipinos love to shop, especially during the holiday season. I mean, there’s nothing wrong with rewarding yourself after a year of hard work and putting most of your earnings into your savings. But if you’re a true Filipino, you know that even though we spend our money on holiday shopping, we still want the best deals on all of our purchases!

With Home Credit’s The Great 0% Interest Festival, customers can choose from a wide selection of over 50,000 products – from smartphones and laptops, appliances and furniture to bikes and gear, sports and gym equipment, and more. others – offered at 0% interest rates at nearly 10,000 partner stores across the country.

Customers can get their dream smartphones and laptops from OPPO, realme, vivo, Samsung, Xiaomi, Acer, Apple, Huawei, Asus and Lenovo with an affordable monthly installment plan through Home Credit. Furniture and appliances from Home Credit partner retailers such as SM Appliances, Robinsons Appliances, Abenson, FC Home, Home Along, AllHome, Emcor and Automatic Center can also be purchased on a flexible 0% payment option. interest.

Ready to shop? Download the The My mortgage application or visit Home Credit partner brands and retail stores near you. Shoppers can now experience the big festival at 0% interest and make the most affordable purchases up to January 31!

Home Credit Philippines is a finance company duly licensed and supervised by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and speak Bangko Sentral of the Philippines (BSP). To know more about the latest updates from Home Credit Philippines, visit its official website www.homecredit.ph. You can also follow his Facebook, instagramand ICT Tac accounts. Customers are encouraged to download the app from Google Play to learn about the latest promotions and discover what’s new in the Marketplace.

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