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BUY NOW PAY LATER for 12 Months Samsung 49" Series 6 Ultra HD 4K Smart LED TV with Freeview HD, Freesat HD and Built-In Wi-Fi Online Price £545.00 + BUY NOW PAY LATER for 12 Months @ RGB direct

£545.00 @ RGB Direct
BUY NOW PAY LATER for 12 Months Samsung 49" Series 6 Ultra HD 4K Smart LED TV with Freeview HD, Freesat HD and Built-In Wi-Fi Online Price £545.00 Fulll spec: Auto Channel Search Auto Moti… Read More
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
BUY NOW PAY LATER for 12 Months

Samsung 49" Series 6 Ultra HD 4K Smart LED TV with Freeview HD, Freesat HD and Built-In Wi-Fi Online Price £545.00

Fulll spec:

Auto Channel Search

Auto Motion Plugs

Auto Power Off

Caption (Subtitle)

Channel List USB-Clone

Connect Share

Contrast Enhancer

Digital Clean View

Eco Sensor

Film Mode

Game Mode

Picture-In-Picture

Ultra Clean View

Active Crystal Color

Connectivity HDMI x 3

USB x 2

Component In (Y/Pb/Pr)

Composite In (AV)

Ethernet (LAN)

Digital Audio Out (Optical)

Wireless LAN Built-in

Design Metallic Bar(Conventional)

Bezel Type: VNB

Front Colour: Silver

Stand Type: Calyx Quad

Slim

Dimensions (with stand) 1101.4 x 699.3 x 296.2 mm (WxHxD)

Dimensions without stand 1101.4 x 639.7 x 55.2 mm (WxHxD)

Dolby Digital Plus Yes

Dynamic contrast ratio Mega Contrast

Electronic programme guide Yes

Energy Consumption (kWh) 123kWh / Year

Energy Rating A

High Dynamic Range (HDR) Yes

Languages 27 European Languages

Micro Dimming UHD Dimming

Networking Features Bluetooth Low Energy

Mobile to TV - Mirroring

DLNA

Samsung SMART View

TV to Mobile - Mirroring

WiFi Direct

Other Features: Instant On

Embeded POP

Extended PVR

USB HID Support

Picture Engine UHD Up-Scaling

Picture Quality Index 1500

Power Consumption 155 W

Processor Quad-Core

Screen Resolution 3840 × 2160

Screensize 49

Smart TV services Samsung SMART TV

Apps

Cloud Game

Games

Billing

Web Browser

Speaker Type 2CH (Down Firing + Bass Reflex)

BT Headset Support

Dolby Digital Plus

DTS Codec

Multiroom Link

Sound Output (RMS): 20 W (L: 10 W

R: 10 W)

TV SoundConnect

Wallmount Sound Mode

TV tuner Digital Broadcasting: DVB-T2CS2

Analog Tuner

Data Broadcasting: HbbTV 1.5(ES) / 1.0 (PT)

Web Browser Yes
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
is it lg samsung sony?
#2
anisatcha
is it lg samsung sony?


Samsung
#5


Yes I know its cheaper in Co-op but This deal is good for anyone who wants to Buy now pay later.
#6
There is also a £29 admin charge to pay when you settle the balance if you take the 0% buy now pay later option.
2 Likes #7
tawfah


Yes I know its cheaper in Co-op but This deal is good for anyone who wants to Buy now pay later.


Thanks BigDaveH for the cheaper alternative which would interest more people I'm sure. If you can't afford it, don't buy it!
#8
You can also get a half price DVD player with the RGB deal.
Half Price UBDK8500 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray Player
#9
Is there the opportunity to BUY NOW, PAY LATER on this please? ;)

Or just use a credit card if you don't have the cash, get it for cheaper elsewhere, so that you're technically buying it now, and paying it later!? ;)
#10
can this record onto usb?
#11
Or ask John Lewis to price match as they give a 5 year warranty?
http://www.johnlewis.com/samsung-ue49ku6400u-led-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-49-with-freeview-hd-freesat-hd-and-built-in-wi-fi/p2729551?navAction=jump&_requestid=2568993

Update: They don't price match Coop Electrial as they are online only.


Edited By: kencol on Jan 02, 2017 10:31
#12
Gonna ask if they'll price match this then....
http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/samsung-ue49ku6400-49-inch-uhd-hdr-pro-smart-tv.html?channel=ppc&gclid=CjwKEAiAkajDBRCRq8Czmdj-yFgSJADikZggMomLKNKKIpI7bW7i4OsStTzQxLkuw0Pn7hiqI6ClpxoCFUTw_wcB

Update: It looks like it's OOS at JL at the minute anyway.


Edited By: kencol on Jan 02, 2017 10:36
2 Likes #13
If you are someone who already has the spare cash but would take advantage of buy now/pay later offers for financial gain then this might be something you can go for. If you haven't got £500 spare to spend on a shiny new TV then you need to learn to save for one and buy one when you can afford it (or at least set your sights lower).

It's almost guaranteed that if you can't afford it now, you won't be able to in 12 months time and you'll end up with big interest bills to go with the original sum.

I really hate these kind of finance deals, as it just encourages people to spend what they don't have. Personal Finance should be about helping people to pay for essential items (like white goods etc) when you need them now and can't wait for 2 years after you have saved for it.
2 Likes #14
Jetset1981
tawfah


Yes I know its cheaper in Co-op but This deal is good for anyone who wants to Buy now pay later.


Thanks BigDaveH for the cheaper alternative which would interest more people I'm sure. If you can't afford it, don't buy it!


Not always about being able to afford it.. Some people would rather just spread the cost, how's about keep ur nose out and let people do as they please.
1 Like #15
£499 at Richer Sounds in Belfast and a 6 year warranty - won't be suitable for everyone, but sounds like a much better deal as paying £46 for BNPL is not "interest free"!

http://www.richersounds.ie/p-202044-ue49ku6400.aspx

Edited By: Jonathan2400 on Jan 02, 2017 12:24
#16
RedmanDealer
If you are someone who already has the spare cash but would take advantage of buy now/pay later offers for financial gain then this might be something you can go for. If you haven't got £500 spare to spend on a shiny new TV then you need to learn to save for one and buy one when you can afford it (or at least set your sights lower).
It's almost guaranteed that if you can't afford it now, you won't be able to in 12 months time and you'll end up with big interest bills to go with the original sum.
I really hate these kind of finance deals, as it just encourages people to spend what they don't have. Personal Finance should be about helping people to pay for essential items (like white goods etc) when you need them now and can't wait for 2 years after you have saved for it.

Know what your saying and agree with it, but these buy now pay later deals do have their place if you like to budget month by month, like yourself I always used to pay cash for things never entertained any form of credit, but these days I use it to my advantage not only for security but as a famous investor once said anything that appreciates buy anything that depreciates lease, that's why I focused on clearing my mortgage and leasing or deferring payments on everything else within reason but obviously without paying interest as that's a big no no for me on any depreciating asset.


Edited By: margamboy on Jan 02, 2017 12:32
#17
margamboy
Know what your saying and agree with it, but these buy now pay later deals do have their place if you like to budget month by month, like yourself I always used to pay cash for things never entertained any form of credit, but these days I use it to my advantage not only for security but as a famous investor once said anything that appreciates buy anything that depreciates lease, that's why I focused on clearing my mortgage and leasing or deferring payments on everything else within reason but obviously without paying interest as that's a big no no for me on any depreciating asset.

We are kinda saying the same thing, I have taken advantage of these deals as well. I mean who would want to pay a coupla grand up front for sofas when you can pay it over 4 years? I'm sure most of the guys on this site are the same. It's more about when and where you should use these.

It does take a certain amount of focus and fiscal responsibility to take advantage of these deals, else you can easily find yourself taking on too many of these and struggling when it comes to paying it all back. For me, just because you can get credit doesn't mean you should forget about living within your means, or that working hard and saving up to buy yourself that piece of luxury is probably far more satisfying that putting yourself into debt just to keep up with the joneses

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