Monday, December 1, 2008

"Managed Print" from Kyocera - Free Prints - In the UK

Kyocera is bundling toner and service into a "package"

Print and Copy for Free with Kyocera, from the Computer Weekly, here.

18 November 2008

Free KYOprint packs available with new managed print service -

Leading document imaging specialist Kyocera is offering free KYOprint packs for a limited time only to customers of its new managed print service. The first KYOprint pack is free when you purchase a Kyocera printer or multifunctional product within the managed service range, which could mean up to 100,000 free prints on both mono and colour packs, depending on the machine purchased.

KYOprint Packs are a new way to buy both your copying and printing facilities from the same reseller. Instead of buying the machine and warranty cover separately and then buying consumables as and when you need them, a KYOprint Pack wraps everything up in a single, simple support guarantee including onsite maintenance and consumables.

Uniquely, there is no minimum volume agreement so users aren’t charged for pages that they don’t print. Each KYOprint Pack includes enough consumables to print a specified number of pages. If you print less than expected, your KYOprint Pack will simply last longer than expected. If you print more than expected, you won’t receive any “excess page” invoices at premium prices, you’ll just need to buy a new KYOprint Pack a little sooner. Because there is no minimum volume restriction, a KYOprint Pack gives you an incentive to reduce print volumes and minimise your environmental impact: the less you print, the longer your KYOprint Pack lasts.

KYOprint packs are available for all Kyocera printers and MFPs, personal to departmental, mono and colour and will suit small or large organisations, especially those that want all printing and copying facilities provided by a single supplier. And the managed print service includes installation and configuration, so there’s minimal impact on your IT department when a new machine is installed.

These free KYOprint packs are available until the end of December 2008 only and more information can be by calling a Kyocera specialist today on 08457 103 104 or visiting


  1. That sends a shiver down me spine!

  2. Am I the only one smacking my forehead and asking, "are you kidding me?"

    Why not offer them on easy-to-use, Frankie's Fun Park mag-swipe cards? That would be fun for the whole family.

  3. LOL!

    Example of the commoditizing of everything...

    Just the are all these manufacturers going to play in the "Managed Print Services" world?

    Cracks me up.

    Thanks for your posts, guys.

    LOL, "Frankie's Fun Park..."!!