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For many businesses, printers have become a huge concern. Large A3 printers will sit idle, or not be used for purpose, while the bills pile up into the thousands. At the same time, staff who work from home still need to be able to print.
You could downgrade, but most companies lock you into rental contracts for up to five years while charging you additional premiums for every print or copy. The fact is, up to 80% of our prints and copies are A4 and in black and white, so why do we all rent expensive A3 printers?
With Vox, our model is simple. We don’t lock you in, we don’t charge transaction fees every time you print and our printers are affordably priced, whether you use them at home or the office. We even offer month-to-month contracts on our black and white models, with flexi-payment options of 12- and 24-month rentals for colour printers.
The benefits include:
Enjoy office-grade printing solutions at a fraction of the normal cost. Better quality, reliability and affordability all-in-one. What’s not to love about Kyocera solutions?
Let our skilled technicians do an assessment today on your printer needs and show you how much you can save immediately.
An office-grade solution at consumer pricing levels, with discounted cartridge replacements.
No large upfront outlay of capital. Month-to-month contracts available for black and white printers.
Engineers sent to your premises next business day when a warranty call is activated.
Vox has a national footprint and a 24/7 service desk. Should you encounter any issues, you can call for assistance.
Vox engineers will set up your printer and activate your management system to send low toner alerts.
Let our skilled technicians do an assessment today on your printer needs and show you how much money you can immediately save.
Double-sided print, copy, scan, fax and Wi-Fi direct.
Yes – we include a once-off on-site install of your printer to make sure everything runs smoothly from the start.
The Vox printer weighs roughly 27kgs.
No, the Vox Managed Printer is Vox property.