PUNE, India, June 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — When it comes to dealing with unplanned medical expenses, there are many financial options available today. However, in case of an emergency that requires immediate financing, availing the Bajaj Finserv Digital Health EMI Network Card seems like a great choice.
This health card is a single solution for all the medical expenses. Bajaj Finance, the lending and investing arm of Bajaj Finserv, offers the Digital Health EMI Network Card, which extends to customers’ medical finance with a pre-approved credit limit of up to Rs. 4 Lakh.
With the Digital Health EMI Network Card, customers can avail 800+ medical treatments on No Cost EMIs from any of the 5,500+ healthcare institutions, located in 1,000+ cities in India. Here’s how one can benefit from this health card:
A pre-approved credit limit
The Bajaj Finserv Health EMI Network Card comes with a pre-approved limit of up to Rs. 4 Lakh for existing Bajaj Finserv customers at just Rs. 707. This credit limit is up to 4 times the amount of credit offered on their regular EMI Network Card.
To get the card, all that an existing customer needs to do is,
- Click here to apply online
- Verify by entering the mobile number registered with Bajaj Finserv
- Enter the OTP and view the pre-approved offer available
- Pay a one-time joining fee of Rs. 707, to instantly activate the card
- And access the Digital Health EMI Network Card on the Bajaj Finserv Wallet App
800+ treatments at over 5500+ medical institutes
What’s impressive is that the digital card can be used at over 5,500 healthcare institutions, which include top names like Ruby Hall Clinic, Apollo Hospitals, Manipal Hospitals and more. These institutions range from multi-specialty hospitals to pharmacies, diagnostic care centres, to dental care clinics and one can avail treatments anywhere in the country.
Moreover, customers benefit from limited-period discounts at these partners such as 30% off on medicine purchases and a 10% cashback at www.medlife.com using the code BAJAJ30 till 31st Dec, 2020.
The latest offers can be viewed on the Bajaj Finserv Wallet App.
Healthcare made affordable via No Cost EMIs
Upon using a portion of the credit limit at a healthcare partner, customers get a flexible tenor of 3 to 24 months over which they can divide the expenses incurred into No Cost EMIs. One can also use the health card to pay medical expenses for their family members such as parents, spouse, children and siblings.
New customers and cardholders (issued post 31st March, 2020) can transact using their Digital Health EMI Network Card only post lockdown. With healthcare available on EMIs at top hospitals and discounts at multiple healthcare centres, this health card makes medical care affordable. One can avail a wide range for treatments such as dental care, eye care, stem-cell treatments, maternity care, surgeries & even hair transplantation to name a few. Customers can also check their pre-approved offer to benefit from No Cost EMI financing today.
About Bajaj Finance Limited
Bajaj Finance Limited, the lending company of Bajaj Finserv group, is one of the most diversified NBFCs in the Indian market catering to more than 36 million customers across the country. Headquartered in Pune, the company’s product offering includes Consumer Durable Loans, Lifestyle Finance, Digital Product Finance, Personal Loans, Loan against Property, Small Business Loans, Home loans, Credit Cards, Two-wheeler and Three-wheeler Loans, Commercial lending/SME Loans, Loan against Securities and Rural Finance which includes Gold Loans and Vehicle Refinancing Loans along with Fixed Deposits. Bajaj Finance Limited prides itself on holding the highest credit rating of FAAA/Stable for any NBFC in the country today. It is also the only NBFC in India with the international ‘BBB’ with stable outlook for long-term, by S&P Global Rating.
To know more, please visit: https://www.bajajfinserv.in
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