NetOnNet is starting to lease home electronics

NetOnNet has started renting out home electronics at a monthly cost, in categories such as laptops, mobile phones, tablets, smartwatches, headphones and accessories.

The rent is deducted from the account every month. The dealer writes that if a unit breaks down, it is replaced or repaired at a deductible (what it is on is not mentioned).

Both new units and those that have been used previously are rented out. Recycled products must have a lower price and be “carefully inspected, cleaned and restored”. NetOnNet believes that devices are reused is “environmentally smart”.

The units are rented for 6, 12, 24 or 36 months. Those who get tired of a device and feel like switching can do so after half the time. The monthly costs make us raise our eyebrows, as they are not favorable compared to simply buying the product. A Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 256GB can, for example, be rented for SEK 939 a month if the rental period is 12 months.

It will be a total of SEK 11,268, when the phone can be bought for SEK 9,990. When purchased, the phone can also be resold or used as a replacement in Samsung’s online store. If an S21 Plus is instead rented for 24 months, the deal will be even less advantageous compared to the purchase, with a total cost of SEK 14,136 spread over two years.


Source: Swedroid by swedroid.se.

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