FNB PlayStation deals launched

FNB has added the PS3 and PS4 to its smart device promotional deals

February 4, 2014
FNB digital banking

First National Bank (FNB) announced in a press release today that it has added the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 to its smart device promotional offerings.

The deals let FNB cheque and private banking account holders buy devices such as smartphones, tablets, and more recently, TVs and video game consoles.

Rather than paying the bank once-off, however, you buy the devices on a 24-month contract.

FNB increased the number of devices clients are able to purchase through the bank from one to four towards the end of 2013.

In addition to deals on 40-inch, 46-inch and 55-inch Samsung LED TVs, FNB also announced the following PlayStation deals:

FNB PlayStation bundle Monthly price
PS3 12GB bundle (including 2x wireless controllers, Gran Turismo 5, and Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception) R170 x 24
PS3 500 GB bundle (2x wireless controllers, Gran Turismo 5 – Academy Edition, Batman Arkham City, Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition, and Blu-ray Disc Remote Control) R249 x 24
PS4 500GB bundle (2x wireless controllers, Knack, Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition) R359 x 24

Only 100 units of the PlayStation 4 bundle is available, FNB said.

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Tags: First National Bank (FNB), Headline, Playstation, PlayStation 3 (PS3), PlayStation 4 (PS4), Samsung

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