One of the hottest news of the year 2016 is the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s sudden announcement of Demonetisation of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes throughout the country. This led a panic for the people with black money and also for a common man for how to exchange the 500 and 1000 rupee notes.
All the retailers, e-commerce sites and much more have restricted the payment method. In a bid to help the customers from facing cash crunch due to Demonetisation of 500 and 1000 currency notes, HP India has announced 50-day payment holiday for the notebook customers.
Are you confused about what is 50-day Payment holiday??? Then just take a glance at the article. HP India said that this facility is available with special zero-interest EMI scheme and no down payment is needed at the time of purchase.
Customers can buy any HP Notebook that is launched in the year 2016, and the payment for the purchased HP Notebook EMIs will start from January 2017.
“We want our customers not to face any challenge in buying HP notebooks and have a hassle free experience to own an HP notebook,” said Ketan Patel, Director, Personal Systems, Hewlett-Packard India.
The scheme covers Hp Notebooks with a starting price tag of Rs. 23, 190 and will available at 1,100 Hp stores and also includes exclusive Hp World stores throughout the country. This 50-day Payment scheme will remain applicable till 30th November 2016, and the customers can choose the EMI options based on their requirements.
Due to this sudden Demonetisation, the common man is facing problems in all terms of payment. All the top e-commerce sites have stopped the Cash on Delivery option. In this situation, Hp India may help its customers regarding payment by introducing this latest 50-day payment scheme.