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November 28, 2013 • Gadgets and Gaming

South Africa’s First National Bank (FNB) is well-known for providing its users with the latest technology as part of its drive into consumer technology, and the bank announced their latest offerings in time for the holiday season.

Sony's PlayStation 4 console (image: Sony)

Sony’s PlayStation 4 console (image: Sony)

While gamers are now able to purchase Microsoft’s Xbox360 console, the bank will soon make Sony’s new PlayStation 4 device available as well.

“Not only can those who acquire their smart device through FNB steer clear of the festive season gift buying rush, but it gives those who would otherwise not have been able to afford paying cash for the latest smartphones, tablets, laptops and gaming consoles the opportunity to acquire devices over 24 months, with zero additional interest, fees or charges,” the bank said in a statement.

Kartik Mistry, Head of Smart Devices at FNB Core Banking Solutions, said that “As we increase the number of devices per cheque account and expand our product range to include gaming, we are no longer just providing the devices that allow banking on the go but we are slowly moving towards becoming a lifestyle partner.”

Together with Sony’s Playstation 4, the bank will also make available a host of other Sony and Nokia products, such as Sony Xperia SP, Sony Xperia Z Ultra, Sony Xperia Z1, Nokia 1020 and Nokia Phablet.

The festive season device highlights include:

Device

Cost

Xbox 360 250GB Console

R229 pm GTA V Bundle

Xbox 360 250GB  Kinect Console

R229 pm FIFA 14 Bundle

iPhone 5s 16GB

R449.00 pm

iPhone 5s 32GB

R509.00 pm

iPhone 5s 64GB

R579.00pm

iPhone 5c 16GB

R379.00 pm

iPhone 5c 32GB

R439.00 pm

Galaxy Note + Gear

R479 pm

Lenovo S6000 + Sleeve

R159 pm

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10”

R245 pm

HP 2000 Laptop + Bag + Mouse

R199 pm

Charlie Fripp – Consumer Tech editor

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