Uzone.id – Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison (IOH), through the Tri brand, released a cash loan service called Bima Kredit. This online loan service (pinjol) is intended for Tri customers.
The Bima Credit service can be accessed for prepaid and postpaid Tri customers through the Bima+ application within the Bima Finansial feature.
“Bima Financial services, including Bima Kredit, are part of the company’s strategy to provide new digital services to customers and make people’s lives easier without interest on loans,” said Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison, Ritesh Kumar Singh in an official statement that accepted Uzone.id.
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Tri users who want to apply for a loan through Bima Credit must ensure that the Tri number has been registered and validated. After that, all you have to do is download and register in the Bima+ application via the form provided.
Then, the user selects the value and tenor of the loan he wants to apply for. After data and loans are approved by financial partners, users need to approve the bima Kredit agreement in the Bima+ application before disbursing funds.
As with legal loans in general, the approved loan disbursement will be disbursed directly to the registered user’s account.
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Tri Indonesia itself embraces Maucash, a fintech company with the category peer-to-peer landing registered and supervised by OJK.
“We hope that through this partnership with Maucash and Tri, all Tri customers can be helped through this financial solution, especially during the pandemic. In addition, we hope that the Bima Credit service will help the government realize financial inclusion in Indonesia,” said Maucash Chief of Marketing, Indra Suryawan.
It is known, Bima Credit offers a loan limit of IDR 500 thousand with a 30 day loan period and 0 percent interest which can be done online.
Going forward, Bima Kredit acknowledged that it would increase the limit and varied loan tenors.