Ways to pay
for Synapptic products
FOR ORDERS PLACED ONLINE
We accept all major credit and debit cards, including Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
We also accept PayPal, PayPal Credit and Klarna. These allow you to pay in 30 days time, interest free over 3 months or with credit over a longer period.
FOR ORDERS PLACED OVER THE PHONE
We accept all major credit and debit cards, including Visa, Mastercard and American Express
You can also pay via Internet banking, using our Sort Code: 20-27-41 and Account number: 13213331 or by cheque made payable to ‘Synapptic Ltd.’
If you are a business, charity or other organisation, please ask us about payment options when you are placing your order.
Paying by instalments
Spread the cost of paying for your Synapptic products by using Paypal or Klarna. These are payment options that allow you to pay in instalments, when shopping online. Pay with 3 affordable monthly payments or apply for credit over a longer time.
Use PayPal to pay the full amount, pay in 3 affordable monthly payments or apply for credit and pay over 12 months. Read more about credit.
Use Klarna to pay easily in 3 affordable monthly payments or apply for credit and pay over 12 months. Read more about Klarna.
There are no fees and there’s no interest to pay when spreading the cost over 3 months! Fees may apply if you don’t make payments on time
If you need financial support when buying products from us, check with your local authority to see what assistance they can provide, or check out the organizations below to see if they can provide you with funding. Please note that you must secure funding before you place an order with us.
Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB)
The RNIB provide grants for people who are registered either blind or partially sighted, to pay for accessible phones and tablets, up to a maximum value of £350. Applicants must be resident in the UK and receive a means-tested benefit.
Individual Technology Solutions for Visually Impaired People (ITSVIP)
ITSVIP provide grants for people who are registered either blind or partially sighted, to pay for accessible phones and tablets, support and training and payment of call plans. Applications for grants must be submitted by a Support Worker, Social Worker, Rehabilitation Worker or other suitable professional.
Gardner’s Trust for the Blind
The Gardener’s Trust provides grants towards computer equipment and software for people who are registered either blind or partially sighted and are resident in the UK. Applications for grants must be accompanied by a supporting letter from a local blind charity, Social Worker or other suitable professional.
The Honeywood Trust provides grants for computers, information technology and communication technology to disabled people, to promote their education, independence and wellbeing.
Read our testimonials to learn how Synapptic has changed the lives of our customers.
I have been using my Synapptic phone for a couple of months now and I love it. Synapptic software has opened up a whole new world to me. I am now even exploring taking photos with the camera. Just think - 6 months ago I could not even do text messages let alone think about attaching photos! I hope everyone else is getting as much pleasure from their Synapptic phone as I am.
I just wanted to thank you all for the wonderful service you provide to people with sight loss. I have just bought my second synapptic phone and everybody has been so very patient and helpful. The service you provide is fantastic and your patience endless! You do a brilliant job.
If I did not have my Synapptic tablet, I would be lost without it. I can keep in touch with all my friends on email and Facebook. The speech recognition is the icing on the cake – wonderful!
I was not a mobile phone user previously but now use it for calls, sending e-mails and texts. Also, I frequently use YouTube, Internet radio and talking books! Although I have a little sight, I feel I could use it without any sight.
John, Sight Cymru, Wales
Your Synapptic devices are the best things I have used in the ten years I have been blind!
Your little machine has changed my life.
I have been using your product for a few weeks. I would just like to say what a wonderful bit of software; I can actually use the phone easily!
This is the first email I have ever done in my life! Thank you everyone at Synapptic…I love my new phone.
Synapptic is the best thing since sliced bread!
Now I can connect with the outside world.
Now the thought of being without my Synapptic tablet doesn't bear thinking about!
In the course of my work helping vulnerable adults to use computers, I have found Synapptic gives the user the very best opportunity to feel part of - and contribute to - the modern world, despite any level of sight loss.
Wanda Skelham, Leicestershire CareOnline Training Officer
I really would not like to be without my Synapptic tablet...I would be lost without it. I can keep in touch with all my friends on email and Facebook. The speech recognition is the icing on the cake – wonderful!
[Synapptic is] excellent for people with poor or no eyesight...It is so innovative…Excellent features include the links to Google Contacts, audiobooks (including RNIB) and speaking emails...This company should be thanked and supported for helping people with poor eyesight.
Although I have been registered blind since 1978, Synapptic has become an increasing integral part of my daily life.
I honestly wouldn’t have believed it possible for an audiobook selection and download to be so quick and straightforward - very impressed. It will make a huge difference to me for one, as I get through books like nobody’s business.
I lost my sight 6 years ago and my phone, with its Synapptic software, plays a significant part in me being able to enjoy a fairly independent lifestyle.