Companies that have rent-to-own televisions include Aaron’s, Rent-A-Center and Happy’s Home Center. Such businesses offer clients new and like-new televisions for rental, with a variety of choices for payment terms including monthly payments, weekly payments, 90-day payments and buy-now options. In order to qualify for a rent-to-own television, customers must generally present verification of their residence, proof of income and personal references.
Rent-to-own companies such as Aaron’s, Rent-A-Center and Happy’s Home Center supply and deliver the televisions from the nearest rental location. All of these companies have options to select and order rental televisions online, in-store or by telephone. Some examples of rent-to-own items and packages include smart TVs, multi-television bundles and televisions with stands, as of December 2015. Happy’s Home Center, for instance, offers the latest television models in sizes from 32 inches up to 70 inches.
In addition to electronics, rent-to-own companies offer their clients a range of items, such as computers, smartphones and appliances. They also provide rent-to-own home furnishings. There is no credit requirement or long-term contract involved in such rental agreements, and the company generally includes a range of maintenance and support services during the rental period at no extra cost. Payment options include automatic payments, online payments, phone payments and in-store payments.