The world of television technology has come a long way in recent years, with 4K Smart TVs becoming increasingly popular among consumers. These TVs are equipped with advanced features that provide crystal clear picture quality, and allow you to connect to the internet, stream content and access a variety of apps.

One of the top reasons to consider a 4K Smart TV is the superior picture quality it offers. With four times the resolution of standard HD TVs, 4K TVs produce incredibly sharp and detailed images that provide a more immersive viewing experience. Additionally, Smart TVs are equipped with built-in WiFi, allowing you to connect to the internet and stream content from services like Netflix, Disney Plus, Stan and many more.

While 4K Smart TVs are known for their advanced features, they can be expensive, with some models costing several thousand dollars. At Delta we do TV’s on our flexible 24-month payment plans so that you won’t need to spend a huge amount upfront. Plus you get a full 2 year warranty while you rent as well which is super handy in case there’s a fault with the product. We are able to come out, pick up the faulty TV – give you a replacement for the time it takes to get fixed, and then deliver out your old TV as soon as we can. You’re treated as a top priority as a customer!

Don’t forget that we also offer free Perth Metro Delivery on all our TVs – if you can’t pick it up from the shop – we’ll make sure we deliver it to you in a timely fashion.

In conclusion, a 4K Smart TV is a great investment for anyone who enjoys watching TV, streaming content, or playing games. With advanced features and superior picture quality, these TVs provide an immersive viewing experience that is hard to beat. If you’re in Perth and in the market for a new 4K Smart TV, contact us today!

Our Brand New TV’s start from $22 per week on a 24-month term. Check out our complete range available here:
https://www.deltarentals.com.au/rent-then-buy-tvs/

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