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Replica unveils online photo printing

Replica digital photo centre has unveiled online printing, according the Marketing Manager, Mr. Muyiwa Oduyemi.

Speaking in Lagos, Mr. Oduyemi said that the essence of the online printing medium is to make life easier for its customers to digitally access their pictures and even print them.

He described the offer as a premium product mainly targeted at busy business executives and professionals who are usually very busy as a result of job schedule.

Mr. Oduyemi also noted that Replica has revolutionized digital photography in the country, since its inception with its range of state-of-the-art equipments that have enabled customers to enjoy quality service without any delay.

He explained that with the online service both existing and prospective customers now have only to log on to the firm’s website to enjoy the printing service and other services with payment done through Automated Teller Machine (ATM) debit and credit cards.

He advised customers to either in the comfort of the home or office log on to Replica website and upload the pictures from their digital camera or scanned pictures and follow the instructions after payment has been made online.

“The good thing is that price list is also online. The customer will click on how many copies he or she wants to print and select the amount after which our automated payment system will debit the exact indicated amount from the customer’s ATM card,” he said.

Mr. Oduyemi further said that Replica has a working relationship with Interswitch, which means that the automated payment system accepts all Interswitch cards.

“Within 24-48 hours depending on where the customer lives or works in the pictures will get to the person because we also have a doorstep delivery,” Oduyemi enlighten.

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