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Discover a whole new way of printing with Xerox PAAS

Experts in the field, Xerox, are constantly reinventing products that help maximise potential within the printing world, and now, thanks to their latest venture, customers can look forward to really making the most of their money.

Xerox PAAS (Print as a Service) welcomes customers to a whole new world of printing. Similarly to a phone contact, this scheme makes printers payable on a monthly basis, and gives customers an allowance of consumables included in the monthly cost of the machine.

So, how much does it cost?

Rather paying in full for your Xerox machine, with the PaaS scheme, customers pay an upfront fee of just £150. This is then followed by a monthly subscription of £19.95.

And what’s included?

So, included in that monthly fee of £19.95, customers will be provided with 3 x large toners per year together with 1 x extra drum per year. This allowance should be enough for 2500 prints per month. Xerox are confident that this will be plenty for the majority of users, however, if you were to use up your allowances, you needn’t worry – all customers are entitled to extras at the concessionary rate of 20% off web price.

Why is it so good?

Xerox PaaS offers the ideal solution for those who want to cut costs whilst staying completely up to date with all the latest print technology. By saying ye to PaaS, you’ll pay much less both in the beginning, and in the long run, too. All of this, and you won’t have to compromise on quality and performance.

Purchase VS Subscription – which is better?

By opting for the subscription method of purchasing, customers could save a heck of a lot of money, and here’s the proof…

Purchase Option 2400 Prints/Month
15,000 Toners x 2 £353.04
Drum £34.72
Total Cost £387.76


PaYG Option 2400 Prints/Month
11,000 Toners x 3 £0
Drum £0
Total Cost Monthly Subscription
(£19.95 x 12)

This works out at a 40% saving when you subscribe to this brand new service!

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