Meta launches no-cost EMI program for Indian Advertisers

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To alleviate concerns about working capital, social media giant Meta has launched a No-Cost EMI feature for advertisers in India. Advertisers will be able to pay Meta for their advertising campaigns in three monthly instalments using this new feature.

However, depending on discussions with regulated partners, this three-month term may be extended. Meta said in an official statement that the financial support feature was launched first in India, out of all its existing markets. Meta unveiled the new feature at the annual Grow Your Business Summit.

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Meta launches no-cost EMI program for Indian Advertisers

To alleviate concerns about working capital, social media giant Meta has launched a No-Cost EMI feature for advertisers in India. Advertisers will be able to pay Meta for their advertising campaigns in three monthly instalments using this new feature.

However, depending on discussions with regulated partners, this three-month term may be extended. Meta said in an official statement that the financial support feature was launched first in India, out of all its existing markets. Meta unveiled the new feature at the annual Grow Your Business Summit.

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