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Where we areSimplyDV Limited
Milton Keynes Business Centre
Milton Keynes MK14 6GD United Kingdom
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.
Our 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.
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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.
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You might have thought that SimplyDV was actually a videotape transfer facility, and you’d be right. Well, sort of. Yes, it’s true. SimplyDV was established as a means of transferring customers’ videotape recordings to DVD and other digital formats. However, … Continue reading
We were expecting a quiet start to 2013 – but it was not to be. Not that we’re complaining, of course. Following the predictable pre-Christmas rush in the latter half of November and most of December 2012 (up to within … Continue reading
We’re offering an extra-special order discount during February – but only to our DV Club members! Yep, that’s right. It’s because we’re nice that we’re offering our DV Club members a special discount on all purchases when placed during February … Continue reading
We’re really sorry to have to announce this, but it has become necessary to increase the charge we make for collection and delivery of your tapes and DVDs to £10.00. The reason is simple – increased fuel and running costs. … Continue reading