Free Printer Lease Program Launched

To meet with different needs of businesses on reducing costs, Cartridge World has launched a No-Cost Printer Lease program in the United States.

Cartridge World claims the program will provide everything a company needs to print, including free access to the latest printing technology as well as equipment such as color and monochrome printers that copy, scan, fax and print, even from mobile devices. Cartridge World also deems the free printer lease program a new alternative for businesses versus signing expensive multi-year copier contracts or buying fleets of printers.

Tom McLaughlin, North American Marketing Director of Cartridge World, said: “Cartridge World’s program revolutionizes the way copier companies and superstores trained corporate America to buy printers. With the No-Cost Printer Lease, business customers will not only use printers for free, but also benefit from saving 20-30 percent on printing supplies. They can save hundreds to thousands of dollars annually.”

According to Cartridge World, the No-Cost Printer Lease program is simple to apply, with only a questionnaire to complete to describe printing needs. Various equipment and supply options are available to cope with different demands. The Cartridge World will also lock in prices for printing supplies for a 1-to-2 year plan for customers.

McLaughlin explained, “As long as customers buy their printing supplies for the printers from Cartridge World, they can use the printers for free. The No-Cost Printer Lease is ideal for small and medium-sized companies and budget-strapped schools and non-profits.”

Cartridge World also offers free next-day delivery for printing supplies, service and support on printers, and cartridge recycling. McLaughlin further added: “Whether a company needs 1 or 100 printers, they could qualify for the program and eliminate the high cost of hardware and over-priced supplies and service.”

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