Is beyond the box legit?
We are your trusted Apple Premium Reseller and Apple Authorized Service Provider in the Philippines.
Does beyond the box have installment?
Currently, we do not accept installment payments yet, but don’t worry, we are already working on it, so stay tuned!
Does Apple store accept installment Philippines?
24/0 installment valid for BDO, BPI, Chinabank, Citibank, EastWest Bank, HSBC, Metrobank, PNB, PSBank, RCBC, Security Bank, and UnionBank credit cardholders until December 31, 2022….Apple Watch.
|Apple Watch Series 3||Retail Price||12/0 Installment|
|Apple Watch Series 3 GPS, 42mm||₱ 14,490.00||₱ 1,207.50|
Does Apple accept installment?
Apple Card Monthly Installments is an easy payment option. You can choose to pay for a new iPhone, iPad, Mac, or other eligible Apple product with Apple Card Monthly Installments — instead of paying all at once — in order to enjoy interest-free, low monthly payments.
How can I avail Apple education discount Philippines?
Bring Apple to your university. 1800‑1651‑0525 (Smart / PLDT), 1800‑8474‑7382 (Globe). Get special pricing for educators and university students.
Can I pay monthly for Apple products without Apple Card?
IPhone is not required to have an Apple Card. That was a detailed discussion and referred to an article about paying ONLY using your phone. Your card is serviced by a major bank and you can make manual payments using more traditional methods if you prefer.
Can I pay monthly without Apple Card?
Apple is teaming up with Goldman Sachs to build an “Apple Pay Later” installment service. First reported by Bloomberg, this service will allow Apple Pay users to finance any purchase within a two-week interest-free period or a months-long period with interest—no Apple Card required.
Can I pay my iPhone monthly?
Can I pay my iPhone off early?
You are certainly welcome to pay off your iPhone Loan early!
Is iPhone made in China original?
Apple’s iPhone isn’t made in China, it’s made everywhere. Apple’s iPhone may be calculated as a Chinese import, because it is finished in China after a long procession around the world through Apple’s global supply chain, but most of the money that Americans spend on iPhones doesn’t travel far from home.