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Sync in tune with new payments software

By Retail Technology | Monday July 29 2019

Apple authorised retailer Sync has added a new payments service for customers

It has partnered with Klarna to provide customers with interest free payment solutions on Apple repairs and products, supporting their continued growth within the industry.

The new offering will provide customers with simple payment options on in-store repairs, a first for Apple Authorised Service Providers. The service can also be used when purchasing Apple products online, via the Sync ecommerce website, on baskets under £1,000. 

The interest free payment solutions will help tech lovers buy Apple products as soon as they’re available, and repair products in-store, helping to expand the firm’s customer base and simplify the buying process.

Spreading cost 

The new payment options include pay later in 30 days - which allows customers an extended period in which to pay for their purchase, within the 30 day time frame. Pay in three instalments - customers can pay in three, interest free equal instalments, spreading the cost and making the purchase more manageable. 

Sync – which is backed by GBM Digital Technologies - will also be introducing another Klarna payment solution in the coming months. Slice it will let the customer split the cost of a big purchase into monthly payments to suit their budget, with six to 36 month terms.

Chris Costello, director of GBM, said: “By partnering with a leading fintech company such as Klarna, we are able to help more people than ever before access the latest and most sophisticated technology on the market, further supporting our aim to increase productivity and spark creativity through innovative tech.”


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