Office Depot, Zip Express Installations Team Up
Zip Express and its 16,000 CE technicians will be available for installation services to Office Depot customers.
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Zip Express Installation and Office Depot partnered on installation services
December 30, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

Buying a new TV is the fun and easy part. Mounting it on your wall, not so much. If you go through Office Depot to pick out a new set, though, it can be up on your wall in a professional manner in a zip.

Zip Express Installation announced that it’s team of 16,000 nationwide technicians will be on call for Office Depot customers, whether they’ve bought from the brick-and-mortar store or online.

It’s the first in-store retail partnership for Zip Express, which previously announced a relationship with Target.com for its services.

The Minneapolis-based company provides next-day or five-day appointments, and rather than wait all day for the technicians to arrive within a big block of time, they’re guaranteed to arrive on the hour, Zip Express claims.

TV installations start at $130 and include a one-year warranty. Looks like the company is offering a free Sylvania flat-panel tilt mount right now with the purchase of a TV installation, too. You even get a training session after the installation from the technician, so you’ll be proficient with your new TV in no time.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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