Microsoft is ending its Surface Plus financing program


Only a yr after it was launched, Microsoft’s Surface Professional financing program has come to an finish. Microsoft says (by way of OnMsft) that it stopped accepting new customers on Friday, however says that present customers will be capable to end out their plans or or improve their units.

Microsoft launched the program a yr in the past, which allowed prospects to unfold the price of a brand new Surface Professional over two years with a fee plan referred to as Klarna Financing. It might additionally permit them to improve to a brand new system after 18 months, supplied that the purchasers returned their units in good situation.

In its FAQ, Microsoft says that it’s phasing out the program after “a lot thought and consideration.” It says that the present Klarna plans shall be honored, and people prospects who’re “in good standing with 18 month-to-month funds” will nonetheless be capable to improve their system. In keeping with Engadget, Microsoft can even shut down its Surface Plus Portal on September 30th, and costumers with questions concerning the Klarna program should contact the corporate instantly.



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