HP is offering a new pricing programme aimed at cash-strapped companies. The promotion promises zero per cent financing on hardware purchases for small and medium-sized businesses.
The promotion will run for two months in the US and Canada, and cover
hardware purchased on a 12- or 36-month lease plan at prices between $1,500 and
HP hopes that the new initiative will help the company and its customers by allowing budget-conscious businesses to continue to purchase new hardware in the midst of the economic crisis.
"History has shown that companies that continue to invest in their business during economic downturns are the leaders who emerge when times get better," said Fred Bullock, vice president of marketing for HP's Personal Systems Group.
"These offers allow customers to invest in technology that can grow their business while minding their budget and freeing up capital."
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