If businesses choose the 24-month term, they can upgrade their devices after 12 months. Customers will also get the benefit of Surface Plus at Microsoft Store as you will be able to access exclusive deals.
As Microsoft continues to push Surface towards its education audience, the company is today launching a new Surface Plus financing/subscription program geared towards students.
Microsoft has just announced Surface Plus and Surface Plus for business.
Upgrading will require turning in the previous Surface computer, which must be both "functional" and "in good condition", according to Microsoft.
Consumers are only offered a 24-month payment plan, which comes with 0% April, the post said. "Small and medium-sized businesses that are currently enrolled in the Surface Membership program will now enjoy the same enterprise-grade services and support under the Surface Plus for Business plan", the post said.More news: No life sentences without parole for juveniles in Alaska
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Surface Plus members also get what Microsoft calls "best in class" service and support from Microsoft Stores. There is also the added bonus of support from Microsoft Stores, and the Microsoft Complete extended service plan.
Office 365 for Business can be added to the agreement for an additional $8.25 per user, per month.
Developed with Microsoft's N-trig technology, the new Surface Pen includes tilt detection, 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity, and just 21ms of latency, which prompted the company to declare it "the fastest digital pen on the planet" in May.
- Device Protection: Surface Plus for Business offers peace of mind with the Microsoft Complete for Business extended service plan with accidental damage protection.
It's unclear how much money people will save through the upgrade because it depends on the kind of Surface device involved.