Microsoft's New Program Lets Customers Upgrade Their Surface Tablets, Laptops

Microsoft's New Program Lets Customers Upgrade Their Surface Tablets, Laptops

Surface Plus for Business lets SMBs add as many devices as needed, and a mix of models, to a single agreement. The program covers the Surface Laptop, Surface Pro, Surface Book, and Surface Studio for individual customers.

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's Surface line of tablet computers is now available to consumers, students and businesses through no-interest payment plans for up to 24 months under financing offers that mimic how smartphones have been sold to consumers for years.

Described by Liz Hamren, corporate vice president of device marketing at Microsoft, in the launch announcement as 'flexible financing options created to help more people and businesses take advantage of the power of Surface, ' the new programme is effectively the combination of zero-percent financing and an 18 month upgrade cycle.

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The Microsoft Store listing in United States shows the Surface Pen in new colors will be available on August 21. Allowing you to enjoy the latest hardware from the Microsoft development team for a manageable monthly payment.

"Whether it's a Surface Laptop, Surface Pro, Surface Book or Surface Studio - Surface Plus provides a simple, no-hassle plan to help students unlock their productivity and be more creative with Surface". In the example cited above, the consumer will have paid $599.22 to use the Surface Pro for 18 months.

Dedicated Service & Support: Surface Plus offers best in class service and support from Microsoft Stores. As an added benefit, Surface Plus will also get you a 30-day, no-questions-asked return policy on your Surface, as well as a year of free in-store technical support. Businesses will be able to upgrade devices after 12 months or 18 months, depending on the contract term. The program offers flexible financing options that are created to help people take advantage of Microsoft's Surface lineup of PCs. They are also allowed to upgrade to the latest Surface device after 18 months.

Check out Microsoft's blog post for more details. If businesses choose the 30-month period, they can upgrade after 18 months.

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