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Hero Electric goes pro-customers this festive season

Hero Electric goes pro-customers this festive season

Snapshot: The festival scheme will let the customers pay for the battery in EMIs and redeem it in next two years

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Changing a battery in a petrol driven two-wheeler and an electric two-wheeler are two very different things. Hero Electric has helped the customers to stay green in a more affordable fashion. For this festive season, Hero Electric has announced a battery scheme for its customers under which they can avoid the onetime cost of battery replacement. This Pan-India scheme will try to strengthen the bond between dealer and customer. The company has also promised to pay 1 EMI for every 12 EMIs that the customer pays.

This scheme allows the customer to enroll for an extra battery at the time of purchase, and pay the discounted price in 12 EMIs that he can pay in 24 months. This also means that he can give his old battery and get a new battery anytime in 24 months from the time of registration.

To avail the benefit, the customer will need to register with the dealer at the time of purchase for the EMI scheme. He then will deposit a monthly EMI with the dealer, and get a new battery in exchange of his old battery within 24 months of purchase. If a customer does not pay his EMIs regularly then he can pay rest of the amount in 12 EMIs at the time of battery replacement.

Speaking on the scheme, Mr. Arbab Ashraf, Marketing Head, Hero Electric said, “We at Hero Electric are glad to introduce the battery EMI scheme to our customers. We aim to offer consistent services and true value for money, strengthening our bond with the consumers.” 

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