HP has apologized after a blunder on its site let customers purchase costly smart phones under £2.
One gadget was recorded with a past deal cost of £2,378, however was “diminished” to £1.58.
The PC firm quickly took its UK store disconnected on Saturday to determine the mistake, and said it would not respect the deals that had been made.
“We apologize genuinely to affected clients for any impediment brought on,” the firm said in an announcement.
Throughout the weekend, a modest bunch of individuals posted on online networking that they had exploited the mix-up and requested portable workstations.
Be that as it may, as indicated by customer rights bunch Citizens Advice, retailers can frequently cross out online requests on the off chance that they have made a “bona fide and innocent error on their part that you ought to have taken note”.
HP said purchasers would be discounted.
“We can affirm that because of a preparing blunder, select items were wrongly evaluated on our UK site throughout the weekend,” HP said.
“This has now been adjusted with related requests crossed out.”