Blacklisted people find it hard to apply for cell phone contracts because they are more often turned down. While ensuring that one’s credit record remains in the clear, this however does not always happen. Some people have an impaired credit record but it doesn’t mean that there is no one willing to assist them to obtain a cell phone contract. Freeway Financial Services assists such people to ensure that they get the best deals.
Blacklisted clients who apply for a cell phone contract with Freeway Financial Services can enjoy the benefits of contracts while saving money because they will no longer be on prepaid. Every month clients pay a fixed amount and also receive the same amount of airtime without any surprises. As a top-up contract, it means that clients will be able to recharge when their minutes have depleted. This way, clients are able to control their spending and remain within budget.
Freeway Financial Services offers cell phone contracts from Vodacom and applying is easy. Clients can fill in the online application form and load their documents or fill in the form and e-mail or fax it. To qualify for a cell phone contract clients must be South African citizens between the ages of 18 and 65, permanently employed for at least two months with a bank account in their name where their salary is deposited.
Clients must provide Freeway Financial Services with a copy of their ID, latest payslip, three months’ bank statements and proof of residence. Clients only earning commission or are self-employed are not eligible to apply. Clients may also not be under debt counselling or administration, insolvent or liquidated.
To get more information and apply for a cell phone contract, clients can visit www.freewayfinance.co.za, forms can be e-mailed to email@example.com or faxed to 086 714 3824. For further information clients can also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0125465747 / 074 905 3068