32″ LCD HD Television Rental
Free delivery, hook-up, service, and Comcast Cable TV for the year!
Your 32″ LCD HDTV comes with free delivery, hook-up, service, and Comcast Cable TV for the year. BUTV is a satellite system offering a comprehensive lineup of over 100 channels including entertainment, movies, sports, news, and many international stations. Each HDTV is fully warrantied and comes with 4 HDMI inputs for DVD and gaming consoles, and a VGA & USB port for photos and music.
Host movie night in your home away from home.
We rent state-of-the-art 32” high-definition televisions with exterior connection capabilities for computer and gaming console connections. TVs are ready for pick-up even before the fall semester begins, and we offer a convenient, free pick-up service at the end of the academic year. Did we mention we provide complimentary maintenance for all our renters?
- 32” screen
- 4 HDMI input ports
- USB & VGA inputs for gaming, photos, music and computers
- Audio output
- 60-hertz refresh rate
- TV stand
- 15′ coax cable connection
Weight + Dimensions
31.37” W x 22.96” H x 9.17” D (includes stand depth)
Annual Rental Rate
$200—plus $12.50 (6.25% Massachusetts sales tax)
Order online through the StudentLink (just select TV from the list in the Food & Shelter tab). For those who prefer to mail an order, our printable Academic Year 2018-19 rental application and agreement is available for download.
Only one student’s name can appear on the rental agreement. For details on delivery, refunds, cancellation, lease transfer, damages, repairs, and returns, please view the Academic Year 2018-19 rental agreement.
Contact our office with any questions during regular business hours at 617-353-2375.
If you order prior to August 16th you can even have the television ready and waiting in your room when you get to campus for the fall semester.
At the end of the academic year, just leave your television in your room and we’ll collect it free of charge.
Call us with questions at 617-353-2375.
Boston University is not responsible for loss or malfunction associated with the television.