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How to Pay - Payment Methods

Payment for goods is with order, by cheque (payable to Digital Photo Solutions Ltd), BACS or CHAPS transfer or by major debit or credit card (not American Express). See below for Business Leasing facilities. All credit cards are subject to checks for fraudulent use. Education, government and approved corporates are welcome to purchase with official orders.


For all orders we aim to deliver to you within three working days from the date that your order is entered onto our system. Any queries will be notified to you promptly.

All deliveries are by national courier but please note we do not guarantee an overnight service (although the large majority do get delivered next day).

In addition we do not normally part ship internet orders unless we have extreme difficulty in obtaining stock(s) to fulfil your order. In these circumstances you will be contacted for confirmation.

Free delivery applies to online orders over £1000 excluding VAT delivered to qualifying mainland UK postcodes. A £8.99 ex VAT charge applies for online orders under £1000 ex VAT delivered to qualifying mainland UK postcodes.

Non-qualifying postcodes include:

Northern & Southern Ireland, Isle of Man, Channel Islands, the Scottish Isles & certain Northern Scottish Postcodes.

Delivery can be made to these non-qualifying postcodes (and also certain international addresses) but additional delivery charges will apply – please contact us for details.

Business Finance - Lease rental

What is a lease?

A lease (often known as a rental plan or hire agreement) is a simple agreement between our leasing provider, the owner of the equipment and you, the user. The leasing company buy the equipment from DPS Business and lease it to you over an agreed period for a regular fixed amount. We recommend that you choose a lease term that matches the estimated useful working life of the equipment, normally 3 years. Why should my business lease?
When you recruit your next employee, will you pay them 3 years salary in advance? Of course not, you will remunerate them on a \”pay as you earn\” basis, normally via a monthly salary. The concept of leasing is exactly the same, allowing you to pay for the use of your IT systems, hardware or software as it works for the company. What is the most crucial advantage of leasing?
It depends on your business. Undoubtedly, leasing improves your cash flow, helps make budgeting and forecasting easier and there are tax advantages too. However, the majority of our customers claim that the ability to equip their business today and leave working capital to develop the business tomorrow is what persuaded them to lease. Why lease with our leasing finance provider?

Financing the acquisition of your IT equipment through us benefits your business in many ways:

  • Your existing credit lines remain intact
  • You pay for the equipment as you use it
  • Rental payments are 100% tax deductible
  • Total solution financing – you can include hardware, software, installation, maintenance, training, support and services
  • Inflation proof rentals
  • Simple documentation
  • Competitive rates and flexible terms
  • Easy to add to or upgrade your curent system or set-up


Our leasing partner works closely with you to offer payments and terms that fit your budget. Similarly, their agreements allow you to meet the changing demands of your business. Extra equipment may be added, software enhanced and systems upgraded to keep your company at the forefront of technological change.


Because our leasing partner provides the funding, their rates are highly competitive. There is no broker’s commission for you to pay. Importantly you are assured that the latest IT equipment is available to you at affordable fixed rentals.


Above all, leasing through our leasing partner gives you the ability to lease with confidence. As a member of the Finance and Leasing association, they support the need for simple terms and conditions. Consequently their agreements are written in plain English making your commitment clear before they ask you to sign with them.