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Pitney Bowes DM50 – Guide by Mailcoms

Pitney Bowes DM50 Franking Machine

Pitney Bowes DM50 franking machine - Guide by Mailcoms

Low User (speed of up to 20 letters per minute)

The Pitney Bowes DM50 is an all in one franking machine that allows users to weigh their mail and calculate the postage cost with little effort. You can also advertise on your envelopes by using the DM50 and this can be a money generation tool. This is because the more advertisements customers or possible customers see, the more likely they are to buy from your business. This could then be used to help return the money spent on your investment.

Not only does the Pitney Bowes have all these great features, but also it offers you smart meter technology as well as easy internet access. By being connected to a LAN network, you will be able to receive any updates for your franking machine with ease, and this can be software updates or free logo downloads. Smart Meter Technology also allows you to receive your money back when using VAT applied services.

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Pitney Bowes DM50 Specifications

Speed: 20 Letters per minute
Feed Method: Hand fed and manually removed
Scale: There is a 2KG weighing scale
Max. envelope thickness: 8mm
Connection Method: LAN Connection or Telephone
Job memories: None
Label dispenser: No
Envelope size: DL, C5 & C4
Dimensions: Height: 190mm, Width: 300mm, Depth: 210mm

Running Costs

Ink: £39.95 for around 1,280 prints
Franking Labels: £16.95
Logo & Return Address: Free
Service Agreement: £149.00 per annum
Royal Mail Rate Updates: Free
Installation Charge: Free
Postage Top Up Fees: Free

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