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Photo Paper Direct ™

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Why Purchase From Photo Paper Direct?

Since going live in 1999, Photo Paper Direct has teamed up with industry leading suppliers of high quality inkjet and laser media. This sites offers over 5000 different heavily discounted Inkjet products, ranging from photo paper to Iron On Transfers, large format media and a huge range of inkjet and laser inks, toners and printer consumables. In addition to our already low web prices, you will find many Buy One Get One Free offers and bulk packs, making us the perfect choice for all your office consumables. Unlike other sellers, the products you see online are available for immediate next day dispatch from our UK warehouse for orders placed before 15:00. Buy directly from Photo Paper Direct online or call our sales department on 0208 440 6115 (Mon - Fri 09:30 to 17:30).

  • We check prices for photo paper, printer ink and office consumables on a daily basis against the competition
  • Fast and accurate delivery is at the backbone of our service
  • We offer UK based customer support by email and phone 0208 440 6115 (Mon - Fri 09:30 to 17:30)
  • The products you see have been tested by our team to ensure highest quality
  • The site is secure using 128bit encryption and we welcome payments by credit cards, debit cards and PayPal

 

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