by iDoc Corp
In Part 1 we discussed some helpful ways to save money on you printer lease.
But wait, there's more...
(For suggestions 1-4, please see Part 1)
5. Forego the Optional Equipment
If you don't need a staple finisher, 3-hole punch, or Fax line, save by foregoing the pricey add-ons. These may be tempting, but if you don't expect to use them regularly, then they may not be worth the additional cost each month.
6. Opt for a Fair Market Value Lease Rather Than a $1.00 Buyout lease
A FMV lease price offers a lower monthly lease payment, but will require a lump sum payment at the end of the lease in order to own the printer. With a $1.00 Buyout option, you will own the equipment at the end of the lease with a nominal $1.00 payment. It is important to
know whether the lease proposals you are comparing are the same type in order to make an accurate comparison.
7. Find Your Optimal Service Plan
Include the number of B&W and Color pages that you expect to use each month in order to take advantage of any volume discounts, but don't include more pages that will likely need as they will go unused.
Interested in finding out what a printer lease and service might cost?
Just click "Get a Quote" below and follow these suggestions - it may be less expensive than you think!