Need a New Microsoft Gadget? Upgrade With 'Surface Plus'

Need a New Microsoft Gadget? Upgrade With 'Surface Plus'

You won't pay any interest, and will just be charged the normal price of the Surface hardware providing you opt for a 24-month payment plan - any longer than a two-year contract and interest kicks in at 19.99% April for subsequent years. Once you buy a Surface device with Surface Plus, you can choose to upgrade to the latest Surface device after 1 and a half years of usage.

Surface Plus also gives you access to service and support, including a training session, at Microsoft Stores and the option to add the Microsoft Complete extended service plan.

The Surface Plus program will launch today at 12:00 pm EDT. Called Surface Plus and Surface Plus for Business, these are flexible financing options for Microsoft hardware that include other benefits besides low payments.

The program lets participants upgrade to a new machine after 18 months when they return their existing hardware in good condition. The goal is to not only make it easier to buy Surface hardware but to also make it easier to upgrade to the next model when it is released; effectively locking you into the Surface brand in a similar way to the smartphone sales model carriers offer.

Microsoft's new Surface Plus programs for consumers and businesses have flexible financing and additional support for Microsoft device customers.

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Additionally, Microsoft's Surface Hub digital whiteboard, which costs $9,000, is available to corporate customers via monthly installments, which was previously unavailable.

Dedicated Service & Support: Surface Plus offers best in class service and support from Microsoft Stores. Businesses can also expand or reduce their device fleet mid-term.

Surface Plus for business adds additional features.

Today, Microsoft unveils Surface Plus - a new payment plan program for purchasers of the Microsoft Surface line of laptops and desktop PCs. For an extra $US8.25 per device per month, Surface Plus business buyers will also get the Office 365 suite.

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