Meta’s Quest to Enslave Your Wallet: $25 a Month for Virtual Reality

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    Sinister Scheme: Pay-Now, Pay-Later VR Headset “Deal” May Be the Ultimate Trap

    Get ready to sink into debt and lose your shirt with Meta’s latest “offer”—a ” “play now, pay later” plan that lets you buy their overpriced Quest 3 VR headset with two years of their mediocre Quest Plus gaming subscription and extended warranty. But don’t be fooled—this is just a sneaky way for Meta to get more of your hard-earned cash, and you’ll be stuck paying nearly $200 more than you would if you just bought the headset outright.

    And the cherry on top? This “deal” is actually a clever marketing ploy to get more people to sign up for their Quest Plus service, which is just a subscription to a library of games that you’ll likely never play. It’s like paying for a Netflix subscription, but instead of getting access to a vast array of movies and TV shows, you get two new games each month that you’ll probably forget about after a week.

    And don’t even get me started on the fact that Meta is partnering with Affirm, one of the most notorious “buy now, pay later” services out there. This is just a recipe for financial disaster, as people will be lured in by the promise of affordable monthly payments, only to find themselves drowning in debt and unable to pay off their “loans”.

    So, what’s the real cost of this “deal”? It’s not the $24.99 monthly payment plan; it’s the financial ruin and lost sleep that come with being stuck in a cycle of debt.


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