Best Time to Buy a LED TV on EMI

TV is one of the most important means of audio-visual communication which reaches far & wide, hence is almost an irreplaceable mode of conveying important information across the world. Entertainment is another factor which greatly influences the demand for television sets at home. I’m sure there might be at least one person in every household who certainly cannot imagine life without the invention of this particular home appliance.

Market is flooded with multiple brands of televisions which boasts of different features and panel sizes in an almost same price range. Money constraints is another factor which is to be kept in mind while making any such purchase. So overall, the choice to buy a perfect television is not as simple as it looks like.

It can however, be made simple by keeping some tips in mind which will help you in making a sound decision:

EASIEST WAY TO BUY?

You can apply for a TV loan from any of the consumer financing companies and shop for your favourite TV on one of the partner outlets and apply for the loan at the bill counter or online, to get your purchase converted into easy EMIs!

BEST TIME TO BUY:

The best time to buy a new TV is around the release cycle which happens during the spring season (March- April). New models of television start hitting the market at this time and once they do, the older models are easily available at discounted prices. So, it’s a perfect time to crack the best deal if you are not so fond of the very latest features but are keen to buy a year old, yet a brand new  home-appliance LED TV on EMI.

SMART OR NON-SMART TV:

Smart TV is the latest technology televisions that have been around for a while now. These come with an Operating System (OS) installed and functions almost similar to a smartphone. You can connect the TV with internet to watch videos, download apps and even play games which enhances the overall user experience.



BRAND:

Most of us stick to the well-known brands in the market without giving much thought that these might not always be the best choice. Various other factors should be kept in mind other than just the ‘brand name’ like:

  • What warranty does it comes with?
  • Whether it has wide network of service centres with quick service facility or not?
  • Whether or not the company provides free installation/wall mounting of TV?
  • Whether it’s offering same features at a lower price etc.

Some brands offer great value for money and can be a good option if you do not want to spend much.

SIZE OF TV:

The common TV panel sizes available in the market today are 32, 40, 42, 46/49 and 55 inch and you can have the best viewing experience by placing the right size of the TV at an appropriate height and distance. The best way to find out the perfect size of TV would be to measure the area of a room, as well as the distance between the wall and your couch/bed/chair. For example: If the viewing distance is 4-6 ft then buying a 32 inch TV would be preferable.

WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY & PORTS:

  • Wireless internet connectivity offers multiple benefits as you can keep a tab on your social network, access on-demand multimedia content and can even make video calls. Do check that the TV offers built-in WIFI or supports external USB dongles for connectivity.
  • Most of the devices today support HDMI port for connecting to the TV for best quality video/audio output, so prefer the TV with HDMI ports.

After taking all the above points into consideration, you don’t need to worry any longer. Just buy your favourite television by choosing a home appliance loan with minimum formalities attached to it to make both, your life and finances sorted!

Meenal Wahi is involved in finance and loan management for over 6 years. She also likes to provide loan and finance tips to people who are interested in home appliance loan, 0 present Mobile finance, TV Loan and smartphone insurance. For more info about finance and loan, please visit: www.homecredit.co.in


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