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Free file transfer service for NZ printers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

ZetaPrints, an online Web-to-Print operation, has launched a free file transfer service for Kiwi printers.

As you may well know there is a limit on the size of an email attachment and transferring large pre-press files from customers or designers to commercial printers is often a challenge. www.zetaprints.com invites all commercial printers to use its simple, but unlimited file transfer service.

Now printers can accept files of any size using only a web browser. This feature can be easily incorporated as part of the printer's website while still being hosted by ZetaPrints. The interface can be branded and used under printer's own domain name.

This is a genuine free offer with no hidden charges, limitations or strings attached. View a demo at http://www.zetaprints.com/flash/FileUploadDemo.html

About ZetaPrints
ZetaPrints is a provider of cost-effective Web-to-Print service for commercial printers worldwide. Visit www.zetaprints.com for more information or watch this demonstration http://zetaprints.com/demo/

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