Microsoft has a new offer for their users and businesses with their new line of tablet computers – Surface. Microsoft Surface Plus program lets the users upgrade their Surface computers every 18 months. From buying a Surface laptop to a Surface studio everything has been made easy.
Although Microsoft portrays that the Surface line of computers are cheap but this isn’t quite true, however, the Surface Plus plans helps in making this task easy.
One can pay for their Surface in easy installments which would be spread over 24 months at-least. If you can pay for the laptop in 24 months you are entitled to 0% APR, for anything beyond 24 months it is 19.99%.
Microsoft also proposes to take back the old device and upgrade to a newer one after 18 months for no extra costs at all provided the device is completely functional. They would have to get a new 24-month payment plan and credit agreement from Klarna however, whether or not the 0% APR scheme is applicable in the fresh contract is yet to be revealed by Microsoft.
The company has also promised dedicated support and service and free technical help and in-store support for one year as a part of the Surface Plus plan.
For those who would be taking the business plan would be entitled to more perks and benefits which would include device protection, 55 inch Surface Hub above all the other Surface devices and flexible terms.
Microsoft Surface for Students
Before the schools begin this August, Microsoft will be launching their student plan making it easy for the students to own a Surface device. Microsoft is not alone in this area as it faces competition from companies like Google whose Chromebook barebones laptops are quite popular in schools of United States.
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