If you have leased your printer or photocopier, maintenance, servicing and repairs can usually be added in to the agreement and paid for as part of your monthly, quarterly or annual payments. However, there are also many independent maintenance service providers who specialise in office printing equipment, so do make sure you shop around for the best deal. These contracts will cover costs like engineer call outs to fix a broken machine, spare parts and technical support and can cost as little as £10 per month. Without a maintenance agreement, engineer call outs, parts and repairs can be very costly, especially for high volume and sophisticated machines.
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