TV’s on Finance


Owning a television is usually a no-brainer; and with the markets laden with TVs of all kinds such as LED, LCD, 3D, Plasma and others, the buyer is spoilt for choice. However, the prices of television sets are not altogether flattering, which forms a huge hurdle for people with not enough immediate liquid money on hand.

Customer financing is a new feature of online retailers of electronics, and a number of retailers offer great offers and deals where you can buy a TV on finance. One of them is Dial a TV, the online retailer specifically in electronic and digital devices and appliances. Please note that any credit provided is subject to successful credit and affordability checks.

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Where can I get a TV on Finance?
Lookagain offers a buy now pay later scheme, where, upon buying anything worth over £100, the buyer gets immediate possession but does not need to pay a single penny for 1 to 3 months, after which the repayment may go on over 3 to 12 months; whatever suits the customer’s credit standing. The monthly instalment may be as less as 1/12th of the cost of the goods purchased. For instance, a Toshiba 22in Widescreen TV worth £189.99 comes with a monthly instalment of £19.01.

Homebuy is an online retailer dealing with home-styling and homemaking products, which includes television sets. Along with a wide range of television brands to choose from, Homebuy offers weekly payment options to customers who pass the credit and affordability checks, allowing them to spread the cost of their tv set.

The buyer must exercise discretion regarding the original cost of the TV set too, so that the credit does not exceed his/her capability to repay the retailer.