Apple launches new MacBook Upgrade Program for business customers
Apple has launched a new MacBook Upgrade Program for business customers that allows for MacBooks to be deployed across organizations and financed through low monthly payments in partnership with business and commercial financing company CIT, who are now accepting applications from small businesses to enrol in the new program.
First spotted by Max Weinbach, the new program offers the 13-inch MacBook Pro, 13-inch MacBook Air, 14-inch MacBook Pro, and 16-inch MacBook Pro to businesses with prices starting at $30 per-month and the option to upgrade to a new machine should one become available within three months of beginning the financing agreement.
“Let your teams experience the power of Mac Notebooks with the flexibility to return or upgrade any time after 90 days,” says CIT on a new webpage. “Pay just 3% of the Mac Notebook cost each month. Apply today to get started.”
Online CIT explains that customers apply to join the program by completing an application form, the application is reviewed and once approved the company sends Apple the business’s order to be processed and delivered.
Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Air, which retails at $999, is available for $30 each month, with the 16-inch MacBook Pro, retailing at $2,499, available for just $75 per month.
The program is limited to business customers and is not offered to the public.