’s consumer technology products has become easier now that the company is offering PayPal
as a payment option at the HP Home & Home Office Store. Thanks to this new deal, customers can pay for items using their credit cards, bank accounts and stored balances. What’s more, they won’t have to share their financial information any longer while shopping on multiple sites on the Web.
With the agreement with PayPal, the HP technology products and supplies will now be accessible to PayPal’s more than 122 million accounts. PayPal customers now have the opportunity to select from HP’s new range of high-definition products including a 17-inch widescreen diagonal HD-DVD notebook and an HD-DVD Media Center TV PC.
“Adding PayPal as a payment option gives our customers more choices and even greater convenience,” said Sam Taylor, senior vice president, Consumer Direct, HP, in a press release. “PayPal’s millions of customers can experience the HP Home Store’s award-winning customer service and unparalleled selection of HP consumer products and supplies.”
Stephanie Tilenius, vice president of merchant services for PayPal, is quite excited about the alliance.
“Many of our customers already shop for HP products and will be eager to use their PayPal accounts to do so,” Tilenius said.
Apart from PayPal, HP Home Store accepts major credit cards. The online store also offers e-financing program for qualifying customers.
PayPal helps individuals or businesses with an email address send and receive payments online securely and easily using a bank account, credit card or stored balance.
For more information visit www.hpshopping.com
Niladri Sekhar Nath is a contributing writer for TMCnet covering telecommunications, service providers and networking.