Microsoft Surface Plus Financing Program Lets You Upgrade Very 18 Months

Kelley Robertson
August 2, 2017

Microsoft's Surface Plus program will let you pay for the device in installments and upgrade after 18 months. Or, if a Microsoft Store is not nearby, you also can enroll online starting at 9:00 AM PT today.

The Surface Plus program carries a 24-month payment plan at zero percent April for the first two years and a 19.99% April after that.

Microsoft always has a collection of deals at this time of the year to assist students however, in addition to the normal collection of stuff they are announcing a new program that can help students begin the year with a new Surface device.

In May, a few weeks after unveiling its new Surface Laptop, Microsoft announced the new Surface Pro tablet - the successor to its Surface Pro 4, which it released in 2015.

"Surface is designed to help people better create, collaborate, learn, and get things done", Microsoft's Liz Hamren explains.

Small and medium sized businesses, meanwhile, can enjoy Surface Plus for Business.

With Surface Plus, customers in the United States can buy any of the latest Surface devices with a 24-month payment plan at an April of only 0%. There is also the added bonus of support from Microsoft Stores, and the Microsoft Complete extended service plan. Included in the perks are 10% off future Microsoft products, a 30-day return policy, a free year of in-store support, and, best of all, the option to upgrade to a newer Surface model after 18 months.

In terms of cost structure, devices can be financed over an 18, 24, or 30 month period.

Business customers can select from any mixture of devices from the Surface portfolio, and can fold any number of those devices into a single single agreement, the post said.

Surface Plus for business adds additional features.

Make sure you have the Surface Dial connected via Bluetooth to your device.

Office 365 for Business: For an additional $8.25 per user per month, businesses can enjoy the ultimate productivity experience on Surface.

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