Windows 8 Laptop Payment Plans Now Available from UpgradeUSA

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Payment Program from Online Computer Store Helps People Build Credit in Style with New Windows 8 Laptops

UpgradeUSA Logo helps people build credit through online laptop payment plans.

Windows 8 marks a dramatic step forward in the way people use their computing devices, and we are delighted to offer this innovative solution to our customers.

UpgradeUSA, a leading online company focused on helping people build credit through laptop payment plans, is now offering a selection of laptops that run Windows 8, the newest operating system from Microsoft.

UpgradeUSA’s online laptop payment plans help people take a critical step towards build good credit by reporting every laptop payment to all three US credit bureaus, every month. UpgradeUSA is one of the only online companies that offer credit-building services in the form of payment plans on new, quality computers and tablets that people want or need for home, work, or school.

“Windows 8 marks a dramatic step forward in the way people use their computing devices, and we are delighted to offer this innovative solution to our customers,” said Jon Weisblatt, founder & CEO, UpgradeUSA. “Because customer feedback and interest has been so positive, we have decided to offer them more choices as they rebuild their credit.”

UpgradeUSA’s program provides a positive path forward for the millions of US consumers who want or need to establish good credit, and value the opportunity to make payment plans on the latest “hot” computer technologies, such as Windows 8.

Everyone Can Use Better Credit
A number of people in the United States are starting to build a good credit history thanks to the UpgradeUSA laptop payment program. A variety of people -- including entrepreneurs, legal US immigrants, students, people following bankruptcy, and many others -- are taking this important step. The UpgradeUSA program is online-only to preserve customer privacy and discretion.

UpgradeUSA’s Prices and Products
UpgradeUSA’s laptop payment plans are available online only, and prices start as low as $55/month. Unlike other companies, monthly prices at UpgradeUSA do not change based on a customer’s credit score. This makes for a more affordable, higher-quality alternative to traditional rent-to-own, financing, and layaway.

How People Can Apply
To participate in the program, people should visit where they can click on the “Apply Now” button and complete a short application on a secure site. They should expect an email response within one business day. UpgradeUSA ships after the first customer payment.

After approved customers make their first payment and schedule subsequent monthly payments, UpgradeUSA quickly ships the computer that the customer ordered. Customers can make and schedule all payments securely online via debit or credit cards.

UpgradeUSA offers a variety of high-quality new and factory-refurbished laptop computers from the world’s best technology brands. Available products often include the latest technology and operating systems.

Availability by State
UpgradeUSA’s online-only laptop payment plan services are now available for qualified customers in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and Wyoming.

About UpgradeUSA
UpgradeUSA helps a growing number of U.S. consumers start to build credit. The company accomplishes this through the online leasing of new and refurbished mobile computers, with each monthly customer payment reported to all three major U.S. credit bureaus. Customers can choose to end their lease and return their computer at any time after a few months, or can purchase it early at any time during the lease process, at a declining cost and with no penalty. Our program is available in a growing number of states. UpgradeUSA is privately held and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

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