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I know you can get a similar price elsewhere but you can get this on buy now pay July 2008 and then get another 52 weeks intrest free to make nearly 2 years to pay off this TV with no intrest !!

Use code
xx230 for 20% off
XX807 for Pay July 2008
ZQ379 for Free Delivery

"42PFP5532D" 42ins HD Ready Freeview plasma TV
£799.00

Resolution 1024 x 768.
Contrast ratio 15000:1.
7-day EPG.
1000 page Hypertext.
3D Combfilter.
2 SCART sockets.
2 HDMI sockets.
Brightness 1500cdm.
Pixel Plus HD.
H 30, w 41, d 10ins.
PHILIPS helpline: 0870 900 9070
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#1
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#2
nice price. and nice payment terms!

one more post for 1k deanos
#3
shanecr


one more post for 1k deanos


There we go http://www.shoppingtelly.com/forum/images/smilies/new/animated/icon_woohoo.gif
#4
Speaking as a bit of a noob here, does buying things on finance depend on and affect credit ratings?
#5
merkin51
Speaking as a bit of a noob here, does buying things on finance depend on and affect credit ratings?



Yes i think it can m8, as when somewhere does a credit check it will show you owe x amount at wherever you owe money.
#6
deanos
Yes i think it can m8, as when somewhere does a credit check it will show you owe x amount at wherever you owe money.


actually, no, it doesnt, but if you do owe then your 'score' gets lowered. The people you apply to for credit do not know anything about you, they just refer to a credit scoring company. and they will use that score to decide whether to give you credit or not.
#7
I was after the lcd version of this but couldn't find one in stock.So i went for the Toshiba 42x3030d at £757.I'm still waiting for it.If i hadn't i would have gone for this one 2 years free interest is excellent.
banned#8
den169
I was after the lcd version of this but couldn't find one in stock.So i went for the Toshiba 42x3030d at £757.I'm still waiting for it.If i hadn't i would have gone for this one 2 years free interest is excellent.
I hope you aren't planning on watching footie on the 42x3030d as it suffers from extreme motion blur from SD sources as do all Regza LCDs. No problem if you have Sky HD though.

42X3030D review:-

Slightly disappointing is that this TV doesn’t sport Toshiba’s Active Vision M100 100Hz processing – this basically doubles the amount of frames displayed each second by interleaving composite frame between each actual frame of video. I first saw Active Vision M100 when I reviewed the Regza 32WLT68 and was quite impressed with the way it pretty much eradicated motion smearing. Unfortunately Toshiba has reserved this feature for the top-of-the-range Z series, which is due out in September.
#9
what you talking about my 32wlt66 is perfect for football and i source ofr this
#10
This thread is about a Philips Plasma, not a Toshiba LCD.. Different TV altogether.:roll:
#11
ignore
#12
Hello all,

Great deal and i have just ordered one..............[COLOR="Black"]BUT[/COLOR].....

I decided to ring customer services after i made the order to check that the 52 weeks interest free will start after july 08 and she stated that they no longer allow customers to use both these promotions to run concurrently which would give you nearly 2 years interest free. I said to her that with that in mind i would have to cancel my order as i couldnt afford to do it in less than a year. At which point the rep said that on this occasion she could in fact allow the 2 promotions if it meant that i would still go ahead with the purchase!! She couldnt input the override on the sytem until i have taken reciept of the tv so i asked that she put a note on my account regarding my call so when i recall when i get the tv the promotions could be activated properly.

Just a word of warning for anyone else purchasing this deal !!

Cheers
#13
It does work as ive done in on several occasions, in July 2008 you then start paying over 52 weeks, before that you just pay monthly and it will show as a credit.
#14
Fair enough deanos, im only going off what i was told over the phone, she told me they used to allow it but dont normally now (unless you threaten to cancel!). I just didnt want to get to july 08 and be whacked with a big bill that i expected to have another year to pay off.

Cheers
#15
Yeah thats fair do's m8, ive been using Littlewoods for several years now (Kays is part of same company) using buy now pay later and then over 52 weeks without problems.

In fact ive just bought a patio set on BNPL and over 52 weeks at the end.
#16
#17
Cool - ordered one - total £635.70 with 2 years interest free!!

Cheers OP!
#18
They've told me today that I can not have 2 years but only 1 year as my account is brand new! Even when I cancelled the order they said that's fine!

So no TV :-(

Anyone else have this problem?
#19
Ordered this via Great Universal - you can use the same codes, also 6% Quidco and the wife is already a member so got her 10% members discount aswell
#20
Dont forget Emprie Direct are selling the same TV for £634 with 3yr guarantee but obiously thats if you are not after the interest free period! :)
#21
Bought it from Empire Direct in the end with 10% off code so got it for £585 in the end!
#22
i'd say empire is better if you can afford right now. you could put it on a credit card that has interest free payment for 12 months - or one that gives extended warranty free.

if you were to buy from kays you could put the money in a high interest 6% account but over two years that would only bring the price down to what empire sell it for! and if it breaks down the second year you are stuck with a faulty tv that you are still paying for!
#23
No you are not stuck if it breaks in the second year, the sales of goods act covers you for an item like a plasma tv
#24
how, if it is out of warranty the second year?
#25
Because the sales of goods act says goods should last a reasonable amount of time, a £600 TV should last longer than 1 year.
#26
well, only a warranty on paper will guarantee hassle free repair/return.

if you are using that clause, you are getting into territory where you have demonstrate you didnt put the tv through strain and that that clause does apply to you particular situation - a lot of hassle basically. empire is a better deal over all.
banned#27
deanos
No you are not stuck if it breaks in the second year, the sales of goods act covers you for an item like a plasma tv

Have you ever had a result on out of warranty repair then as I certainly haven't?
#28
csiman
Have you ever had a result on out of warranty repair then as I certainly haven't?



yes with a 2 year sofa
#29
csiman
Have you ever had a result on out of warranty repair then as I certainly haven't?

exactly, and you often hear of ipods, laptops and washing machines packing up soon after the first year of warranty - and im yet to hear of anyone using that clause you have mentioned (and im a savvy consumer when it comes to rights and keeping up to speed with what others have achieved).

looks like the comment is a bit of a boo boo and should not be relied on...
#30
deanos
yes with a 2 year sofa

well if it's advertised as a two year sofa, then yeah - of course.

like an energy saving light bulb that states it will last six year under normal usage. if it is advertised as lasting a length of time that exceeds it warranty period then the consumer has the right to claim but otherwise i dont think soo
#31
No it was advertised with a 1 year warranty, the webbing failed, Harveys tried to fob me off with saying its only covered for 1 year, i explained that under the sales of goods act a sofa is expected to last longer than 2 years, they soon caved in when they knew what i was on about , an engineer turned up 3 days lated and fixed it free of charge.

Now if you gt a free extended warranty or one very cheap then its worth getting it for less hassle, but if say they want to charge £400 odd like Currys do then its not worth it as teh SOGA covers you anyway, you wouldnt expect a 50p light bulb to last 4 years , but you would expect a £1000 tv to.
#32
deanos
No it was advertised with a 1 year warranty, the webbing failed, Harveys tried to fob me off with saying its only covered for 1 year, i explained that under the sales of goods act a sofa is expected to last longer than 2 years, they soon caved in when they knew what i was on about , an engineer turned up 3 days lated and fixed it free of charge.

Now if you gt a free extended warranty or one very cheap then its worth getting it for less hassle, but if say they want to charge £400 odd like Currys do then its not worth it as teh SOGA covers you anyway, you wouldnt expect a 50p light bulb to last 4 years , but you would expect a £1000 tv to.

every case is different. a sofa is very different to electronic goods that could fail for any number of reasons and a one year warranty is quite reasonable in my opinion.

and actually, i have had an energy saving light bulb replaced free long after one year because it served fewer hours than what was suggested.
banned#33
Personally I would not rely on the SOG Act so am awaiting a great deal on a 50" plasma from John Lewis to get the 5 year warranty. No rush as these Tv's seem to be dropping by 10% every month lately.

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