Rent Hisense TV With Easy Rental Application For Centrelink Clients Announced For Cheltenham SA

October 21, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Rent Televisions announced its Centrepay and direct debit Smart TV rental service to residents of Cheltenham, South Australia. The company makes TV rental easy with convenient and personalised payment options. This service allows customers to pay by either direct debit, weekly or fortnightly or via Centrelink, Centrepay.

More information about Rent Television is available at: http://urlnk.net/cheltenham-sa.

Rent Televisions offers affordable Full HD televisions and HD Smart TV models through its online store or local retail partners. Easy Payment Options offers weekly rentals as low as $19 for a period of 24 months.

Customers may return or offer to purchase the television for a minimal sum, at the end of the rental period or opt for a higher payment over the course of 12 months. Rent Televisions advisers help customers choose a payment mode and agreement based on their budget and financial circumstances.

Hisense manufactures televisions that can connect to the internet and are bundled with access to the Roku streaming service. Customers can choose from a large variety of screen sizes from the online store or approved retailer and make weekly or fortnightly payments through Centrepay or via direct debit.

All products are covered by retailer and manufacturer warranties. Easy Payment Options, who are associated with Rent Televisions, also features the latest in mobile phones, laptops, home appliances, large and small, furniture, and other lifestyle products.

According to a spokesperson for Rent Televisions, "We are delighted to give Australians a way to own a Smart TV through easy Centrepay instalments. Customers looking for affordable Smart TV rental options anywhere in Australia may choose from our convenient payment programs backed by personalised online support."

For more information see this video:http://urlnk.net/vtv-cheltenham-sa.

Easy Payment Options is a rental ownership retailer that focuses on giving all Australians access to appliances, cellphones, laptops, and other electronics. The company is based in the Gold Coast in Molendinar and has more than 12,000 happy customers over the last 14 years of operations.

More information is available by calling 1300 781 788 or visiting: http://urlnk.net/stv-cheltenham-sa.

Rent Televisions is a business name of CTR Rentals Pty Ltd which holds ABN 44 010 413 215 - Australian Credit License 388677.

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For more information about Easy Payment Options, contact the company here:

Easy Payment Options
Richard van der Velde
1300781788
info@easypaymentoptions.com.au
38 Activity Crescent, Molendinar, Qld 4214

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