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* SUMMER CLOSURE *Please be aware that the office will be closed for operations from Monday 25th July to Tuesday 2nd August inclusive. However, our shared reception will relay your messages to us and we will respond to these and all messages received via the Contact page (link above). You may also drop items in for transfer and they will be securely stored until our return. Thanks.
Where we areSimplyDV Limited
Milton Keynes Business Centre
Milton Keynes MK14 6GD
Please DO NOT CALL IN PERSON WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT as there may be nobody available to see you. You can, however, leave clearly-marked packages for us at reception between 8.30am and 5.30pm weekdays. These will be stored securely and we will contact you to discuss your requirements soon after.
Telephone UsOur telephone number:
01908 698938 Office Times: 9.30am - 5.00pm WeekdaysBecause the business is a small and highly-specialised service it's possible that you'll be presented with a message service while we're working off-site. Rest assured that you'll get a call-back very quickly.
Your Order FormDownload, Print & Send now!
Please ask us to email this to you if you experience problems with printing the PDF file direct from the web page.
Local Collection and Delivery £10.00If you live or work in Milton Keynes postcode area we'll collect and deliver your tapes for only £10.00 (£5.00 each way). Please note this offer excludes Bedford codes MK40-MK45. Alternatively, you can drop your tapes to us during normal office hours - but please CALL us first. (See Your Order Form).
Our Service CommitmentIf you tell us you're not happy with any aspect of our video tape to digital transfer service we'll not only refund your money but you can keep the DVD video copy too.
- Video Transfers
- Tape to CD
- Tape Baking
- Cine Film
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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Although we’re committed to providing you with the best quality digital transfers possible, it’s an uphill struggle to acquire and maintain the best equipment when it’s all obsolete – but we manage it. It’s really difficult to keep up with … Continue reading