You probably know that AO sells white goods, appliances and everything else you need for your kitchen. You’ll find its prices all over our home buying guides. Did you also know they do TVs, though?
What’s that? You did. Okay, be on your way then. But before you go, check out the sheer range of quality televisual equipment AO.com offers, always at the best prices, with plaudit-scooping delivery and, if required, after-sales service.
As you’ll know from our guides to the best TVs at all price points, there’s never been a better time to buy a telly. 4K UHD and HDR are well established as must-have technologies, and OLED, LED-lit LCD and QLED all offer incredible visuals at just about any price point you can think of.
AO.com reflects that by stocking everything from Techwood’s 4K bargains (a 43-inch with A+ rating for less than £300? Yes please), all the way up to 4K UHD HDR OLED flagship tellies, by way of mid-range, big-screen sets from top brands including LG and Samsung with 50” for under £500. Bear in mind, all these great TVs don’t just play 4K content, they upscale full-HD shows and movies to 4K, giving new life to treasured Blu-rays and, er, Loose Women.
The AO difference
AO’s exceptional service includes:
• Price promise. AO checks prices against its rivals every day to ensure the best prices. Find the exact same TV available for immediate delivery at a cheaper price, and they’ll match it. No catches.
• Delivery to suit you. There’s the option of next-day delivery, or to select a time and day to suit you, up to 6 weeks in advance, 7 days a week.
• AO text you with a 4-hour delivery window on the morning of delivery, and you can track it every step of the way, using its app.
• Free returns. If you don’t like your new TV, send it back, no questions asked.
• If all else fails, AO’s UK call centre is ready to help, with customer care rated Excellent on TrustPilot.
AO’s big deals
A big-screen (49-inch), 4K telly from market leader LG, with HDR for brilliant contrast. Freeview Play is on board for easy surfing of both what’s on TV now, and on catch-up for all key terrestrial channels. All for under £500.
Alternatively, LG’s big rival Samsung has this 50-inch option (that’s ONE WHOLE INCH bigger than LG’s) for the same price. Again, it’s a 4K panel with HDR. Samsung’s Smart TV platform offers the usual range of streaming and catch-up services, including 4K HDR content from Netflix.
Those wanting an entry-level 4K TV can’t go wrong with this one from Techwood. Freeview Play and streaming services are included in the price, which is about the same as a meal for two in any London restaurant.
Don’t be thinking AO is just about value in the affordable end of the TV market, though. This multi-award-winning LG television packs a jaw-droppingly vivid OLED screen with HDR and comes with AO’s price-match promise and Excellent-rated after-sales care.
60 ultra hi-def inches, 600 quid. That is a stone cold bargain. Hi-Sense tellies do not stint on the tech front either; this one supports HDR for improved contrast and blacks that very black indeed, as well as the ever-splendid Freeview Play for easy command of current and catch-up TV.