Wednesday, 22 February 2012
Postal prices UP, Docmail prices DOWN. Find out how you can benefit
Docmail, the revolutionary print and post service, are pleased to announce the new Docmail Mono, its own black and white postcard service at the amazing no-frills price of 23p (plus VAT) for A6 and 24p (plus VAT) for A5! That includes printing, personalisation AND postage.
This is much lower than the cost of franking a letter and even more so when compared with a Second Class stamp!
To strike a balance between high quality and low cost, simplicity and effectiveness – Docmail Mono can’t be beaten. Simple, clean, black-only print - we think it’s unrivalled value.
And best of all, the entire service is done at the click of a mouse. Docmail is a win-win situation for organisations that are looking to save money on their postage and free up staff time for core duties.
And while the cost is low, the quality remains high, with Docmail’s large and standard size postcards produced from 250gsm silk paper, with print and delivery from industry leader CFH Total Document Management.
Mono postcards are the latest extension of the Docmail service from CFH. Docmail has been offering its customers the benefits of a high-quality hybrid mail service since 2008.
Docmail allows users to design, print and post their mailings securely and quickly. Existing users access Docmail Mono via their normal login. New customers just visit www.cfhdocmail.com
Dave Broadway, managing director of CFH Total Document Management, says: “Royal Mail has announced it wants to put up the price of a second class stamp in April to 55p – that’s a rise of more than 50%.
“Everyone’s counting the pennies at the moment and for companies who rely on an cost effective postal service, this Docmail Mono postcard service is going to offer massive savings.
“We’re really excited by it. The combination of our online service and our forward-thinking approach means we’re never going to stop offering better and better value postal solutions at a time when everything else seems to be getting more and more expensive.”