Trade Customers are customers who operate in the IT Industry, and are buying
parts to re-sell onto end-users/the market, or companies that offer repair
solutions for end-users. Customers that are buying parts for their own use
will not be considered as trade customers, and should therefore use the
End-User purchasing system where they will still save 10% on our normal
If you are an end-user then you may buy parts on-line
To register as a user of BNPCNet simply complete this on-line form. The
'Login Name' and 'Password' are chosen by you. Once you have completed
the form, click 'Register My Details'. If all the information has
been correctly entered the system will advise you that the registration
process is complete.
We will then review the information you have given, and
will allocate you with a cash-with-order trade discount account. This process
normally takes a few hours. It helps if you enter your Company Registration
No and your website address.
If you are an existing customer then it would further help us if you
enter your Customer No which can be found on any of our invoices or
* = Required field
Only enter this if you have your customer number
Note: Do not use spaces in either your Login Name or Password.
Minimum length of both Login Name and Password is 4 characters.
Desired Login Name:
(we suggest using your e-mail address)
Your First Name:
*(If outside the UK, include the International Country Code)
Company Registration No:
Your Company's Website Address:
We will not consider your application as being from a trade customer unless we have this information:
(If you do not buy spare parts from elsewhere, please just say so)
Where do you currently get your HP/Canon/Lexmark/Epson spare parts:
What is your average monthly spend on HP spare parts:
Give us an example of the last Part No you bought and what you paid:
If you are a company operating within the EU, but not the UK then please enter your VAT number:
When you submit, your information will be checked against our database, if all is okay BNPCNet will attempt to set 4 cookies
on your computer's browser. These Cookies are NOT persistant Cookies, so in other words NOTHING is written to your hard drive. Once your browser session is finished
(when you close the broswer) the Cookies will be deleted. You must accept these Cookies. Cookies are simply variables (like your name for instance) that are stored
locally in your browser's memory to allow BNPCNet to know who you are. If you do not accept these Cookies, BNPCNet will not function.