Deciding whether you should rent or purchase a printer, photocopier or multifunction device will come down to the volume of your printing needs and how much budget there is for an initial outlay. It may be that you only need a low cost, low volume device, which would probably work out cheaper to buy. However, for more expensive and higher volume machines, the initial cost may be too great, or you may wish to spread out the costs of servicing and consumables. In which case, renting your printing equipment could be the perfect solution. Before you decide, make sure you work out the cost per page of each option.
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- What is a typical price range for a stand-alone photocopier?
- What is a typical price range for a stand-alone printer?
- What is a typical price range for a multifunction printer?
- What finance options are available for printer-photocopiers?
- How does an office printer leasing contract work?
- What is the VAT rate for renting a photocopier?
- Can I be reimbursed for VAT when I buy a printer-photocopier?
- What sort of maintenance costs can I expect to pay for my printer-photocopier?
- How much can I save by purchasing a reconditioned photocopier?
- Is professional installation included in the cost of acquiring a printer-photocopier?
- Can I be reimbursed for recycling an old printer-photocopier?