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Google partners with CIT to rent Chromebooks to organizations for $30 per month

In partnership with CIT, Google announced on its Official Enterprise Blog today that it would roll out a new Chromebook rental program as a trial. The month-to-month rentals, starting at $30 for a Chromebook and $25 for a Chromebox, will be available to organizations and come with full 24/7 support and a three-year limited warranty. Google noted there is no commitment required and the costs decrease each year depending on the terms of the rental. The company also announced it would make volume purchases for up to 10 ChromeBooks available to Google Apps customers:

Imagine you’re setting up shop for a local political campaign and will have an influx of new, temporary workers. You can rent a Chromebook for each worker for the next few months, and return them when the campaign is over. Chromebooks meet the needs of most workers, making this rental program a great option for companies with seasonal workers, larger organizations who want to pilot Chromebooks, fast-growing startups and any company looking to preserve cash.

The full details on the rental solutions being offered through CIT are below. 

CIT’s rental solution for Chrome devices
  • Includes Chrome hardware with 3-year limited warranty, management console & support
  • Centrally control users, devices and apps via the web-based management console
  • 36-month rental with a decrease in monthly payments every year (see pricing below)
  • No long-term commitment – cancel any time during the rental term without penalty
  • Easy payment process*
Attractive monthly payments that decrease every year!
  • Rent the Chromebook for $30 per month (months 1-12), $25 (months 13-24), and $20 (months 25 – 36)
  • Rent the Chromebox for $25 per month (months 1-12), $22 (months 13-24), and $18 (months 25-36)
Why Rent?
  • Preserve your cash and bank lines of credit for other expenses
  • Financing may provide valuable accounting and tax benefits

You can learn more about Google’s rental and online purchase options now.

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