Samsung is making its 4K TVs much more affordable for you to buy

If you’ve been wanting to update your Samsung TV to the very latest 4K and 8K models then there’s now a way to make things more affordable.

The Korean technology firm has just announced a new partnership which allows customers to spread the cost of their new purchase for up to four years.

This option comes via Samsung and Klarna and is available when purchasing products from the website.

There’s three ways to pay which include buy now then pay things back in 30 days, buy now and pay for your TV with 3 monthly payments or spread the cost for up to four years.

It’s a good deal but there are a few terms and conditions to be aware of with those paying for their devices in 6-24 months getting this deal at 0% interest.

If you opt for 40,36 or 48 month deals you’ll face a 9.99% charge.

Samsung says these payment options are available on many of their devices including TVs, smartwatches and the latest Galaxy S10 phone.

And Klarna will continue to support’s flagship upgrade programme which means you’ll be offered a phone upgrade each year.

Speaking about the new service, Nick White, Online Director at Samsung UK & Ireland, said: “At Samsung, we never shy away from big ideas and innovation, so it was only right that we partnered with a payments company that shares our values and vision.

“Klarna does exactly that — and its exceptional user experience for both new and existing customers will allow us to give online shoppers the most seamless experience possible.”

And Luke Griffiths, General Manager at Klarna UK, added: “We are delighted to grow our partnership with Samsung and to be working with a truly visionary and innovative global brand.”

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