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I’m going to be buying a new computer from Microsoft in a few months and I was hoping I’d be able to pay for it with a Microsoft credit card, but I’ve found that this not currently an option. Are there any types of Microsoft store financing plan? Or is there any other way for me to pay for my computer?

Answered on | Updated on November 11th, 2017
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Microsoft does currently have a Microsoft financing service; however, it is not really intended for consumer use and has a higher focus on helping businesses that need to purchase a high quantity of Microsoft products. Although there isn’t a Microsoft card or any Microsoft finance option, you still have options available when it comes to purchasing your computer. Assuming you are planning to carry a balance after making your purchase, it would be highly recommended that you apply for a credit card that includes a 0% introductory APR and use it to complete your purchase. Using a card with a 0% intro APR will allow you to pay for your computer over the course of a few months, without collecting interest.

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