Contacting HP Customer Service Center
HP, or Hewlett Packard, is a computer company founded in 1939. The company started out in a garage and has since grown to a multi-billion dollar company. As of 2011, HP reported more than $127 billion in 2011 and is ranked as the no. 11 company on the Fortune 500 list. The official website for HP serves as the starting point for sales, marketing and customer support. You can access a multitude of contact information from the official website.
Phone Contact Numbers
HP offers a long list of contact phone numbers for everything from technical support to general support. They’ll even answer your questions about HP products before you decide to make a purchase.
- HP home products: 1-800-474-6836
- HP business products: 1-800-334-5144
- HP Touchsmart, HDX Notebook, Envy Notebook, Firebird Desktop: 1-866-408-5408
- Palm, HP Veer, HP Touchpad: 1-877-426-3777
- Palm smartphones: 1-866-935-7256
- Hard of hearing or deaf customers: 1-877-656-7058
- Customers with disabilities: 1-888-259-5707
Sales Information (Before You Buy)
- General questions and customer support: 1-800-752-0900
- Home office products: 1-888-999-4747
- Business products: 1-800-888-9909
All Other Customer Service Inquiries
- General customer service: 1-800-752-0900
Contacting the headquarters of HP may be just what you need for your customer service inquiry. Customers can use the main headquarters address for questions about US sales, service and products. There are additional addresses listed on the Contact HP – Office Locations http://www8.hp.com/us/en/contact-hp/office-locations.html page.
Worldwide Corporate Headquarters
3000 Hanover St.
Palo Alto, CA 94304-1185
The official Internet address for HP is simple: http://www.hp.com/. The company website is a portal for all support and sales. If you want to learn about new products, product support or accessories for your HP computer, printer or other product, you can access everything from the main website.
Customer Service Email
There is no email address for HP customer service, but we did find a customer support page http://www8.hp.com/us/en/contact-hp/contact.html that offers an email contact form. HP accepts email questions about HP products, technical support, software security problems and other general questions.
We called HP’s customer service line for the United States. We were directed by an automated response, asking us to say our option. We pushed 0, and we were put on hold for a representative. The representative that answered had a foreign accent. It took about 45 seconds to get connected to a representative. They asked us “How may I direct your call?” After directing our call, our question was answered.
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