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Currys launches new payment options

By Retail Technology | Thursday July 14 2022 | UPDATED 14.07.22

Tech retailer Currys has launched new payment options to help customers tackle the cost of living crisis

These three new initiatives will help British households buy the essential appliances needed for everyday life in the home:

12 Month Pay Delay: Buying with flexible credit means customers pay no interest when the full balance is paid within 12 months. The pay delay means customers can purchase a basket of multiple items that adds up to the value of £99 or more.

Price Lock: Popular tech appliances will be locked to Currys’ 2021 lowest price – giving customers inflation-proof choices on the products they need the most.

Cash for Trash: Money off vouchers exchanged for old or broken tech, to offset the cost of replacement products

Ed Connolly, CCO at Currys, said: “We know that it’s distressing when essential tech breaks down and we want to help people replace the appliances needed for everyday life quickly, easily and in the most affordable way possible.”

 

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