03 Jun Pay per print – advantages & disadvantages
Pay per print is often used in large organisations mainly for photocopiers (sometimes printers) that allow the customer to have a clear TCO “Total cost of ownership”. This usually includes the cost of hire or purchase of the printer or copier, toners, parts, maintenance and support. Prices are usually worked out dependant on the usage and the customer is tied in for a minimum of 36 months.
However some companies are now offering more diverse contracts or pay per print options to meet the requirements of many of the small to medium sized businesses that do not wish to be tied into long contracts or already have their own printers so have no requirement to lease a new machine.
London Printer Repairs is doing just that, we’ve listened to our customers and we know that when things go wrong you want to know who to call and have an experienced printer engineer there within an agreed timeframe and not end up a with a huge unexpected bill at the end of your repairs. We offer a pay per print option with NO tie ins that can be used with your current machine. No fuss, no hidden extras, no unexpected costs. All the benefits of a premium contract without the hassle. We pride ourselves on our customer care and will do what it takes to keep your business printing! Ask about our toner contract now and start saving!!!