Renting Appliances Allows Ipswich Qld Residents Access To The LG 8.5kg Washing Machine

October 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Easy Rent Whitegoods has announced that people in Ipswich Queensland, can rent a washing machine like the LG 8.5 Kg Top Load LG WTG8520. Through its Easy Rent White Goods division, people can rent various kinds of appliances like fridges & freezers, washing machines, heating & cooling equipment, clothes dryers, and more. More about the LG 8.5 Kg washing machine can be found at: http://urlnk.net/lg-ipswich-qld

For those who need a washing machine, the LG WTG8520 top load 8.5 kg washing machine or similar models are a good choice. It is equipped with a TurboDrum, which allows the pulsator and drum to rotate in opposite directions to each other with the result that washing action is improved. It also does not require an agitator, which means that more space can be used for clothes inside the tub. Larger items can fit inside the tub and there is no need to worry about the loads becoming unbalanced. And the fact that there is no agitator also means that there would be less stretching or tangling.

The LG 8.5kg also has a strong transparent glass lid, which makes it easy to view the drum contents. It makes use of inverter technology to control the speed and direction of the motor to provide efficient washing, with increased stability and durability with minimal vibration. This is why it is offered with a 10 year parts warranty on the Smart Inverter Motor.

Payment for the LG 8.5kg washing machine can be made through Centrepay or Direct Debit. Payments are estimated to be $41 per week for a 24 month rental term but 12 month rental is also available.

Richard van der Velde, CEO of Easy Payment Options, says, “We provide ‘for purpose’ affordable funding options for items that you need now whether you work full time, part time, casual or rely on Centrepay to get the things you need. We have a finance option that will normally work for you and we provide a finance options for almost anything from almost anywhere!”

Watch this video for more on LG washing machines: http://urlnk.net/lgv-ipswich-qld

An important advantage of renting through Easy Payment Options is that people can use Centrepay or Direct Debit options. Centrepay is a convenient and easy way to pay for bills and expenses. It is a voluntary bill-paying service that is free for Centrelink customers. It can be used to arrange for regular deductions from people’s Centrelink payment. This can be easily arranged by accessing one’s Centrelink account online. Paying through Centrepay is possible because Easy Payment Options has an agreement with Centrepay where their clients can make informed choices to use it as one of their payment options when renting household items.

Direct Debit payments may also be used. This will allow the payments to be made direct from the client’s bank account. However, those who choose Direct Debit will need to personally manage their money to make sure that there is enough in their bank account to meet the payment deduction either weekly or fortnightly.

A wide range of other items can also be rented through Easy Payment Options. These include mobile phones; televisions; computers, laptops & tablets; heating appliances; fridges & freezers; bedding; bedroom furniture; lounge suites and chairs; dining suites; and clothes dryers.

Those who would like to know more about the rental arrangement for appliances like the LG 8.5kg washing machine can visit the website at:http://urlnk.net/lgs-ipswich-qld or they can contact them by phone: 1300 781 788. Easy Rent White Goods is a business name of CTR Rentals Pty Ltd which holds ABN 44 010 413 215 - Australian Credit License 388677.

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For more information about Easy Payment Options, contact the company here:

Easy Payment Options
Richard van der Velde
1300781788
info@easypaymentoptions.com.au
38 Activity Crescent, Molendinar, Qld 4214

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