Virtual office

Virtual office fees in Cyprus

All prices are in €:

Bronze package                                   Silver package                                           Gold package
  • Business Address or PO Box
  • Mail Forwarding

Scanned documents and sent by e-mail

Up to 10 documents per month

  • Shared Fax number
  • Business Address
  • Mail Forwarding

Scanned documents and sent by e-mail

Up to 20 documents per month

  • Shared Fax Number
  • Shared Business Phone Line
  • Generic voicemail message
  • Phone message alerts via e-mail
  • Business Address
  • Mail Forwarding

Scanned documents and sent by e-mail

Up to 30+ documents per month

  • Shared or dedicated Fax Number
  • Dedicated Business Phone Line
  • Calls personally answered in your company’s name
  • Phone message alerts via e-mail

Annual Fee: €500.00   

 

Payable 12 months in advance

Annual Fee: €600.00

 

Payable 12 months in advance

Annual Fee: €860.00

 

Payable 12 months in advance

NOTE: Phone line device purchase is charged separately and all direct phone bill will be re-invoiced and shall be paid additionally (delay in payment for phone bills may lead to phone line cancellation and re-installment may cause additional charges).

Please note:

- All set up fees are included.
- Eltoma Corporate Services can tailor a package to suit your requirements if necessary.
- VAT will be added where necessary.

 

Price for the first year 

Price for the second year (annual renewal price)

 Set up fee, Eltoma chargers (one-time):
- One-Time Activation Charge
- Wiring for First 50 Meters
- Set up services (organisation of appointment)

Total: € 325


Annual secretary services (Eltoma annual service):

- Phone bills: receipt, scanning & forwarding
- Secretary support (receiving calls and redirecting messages)
- POA special (signed by company Director in order to apply for installation)

Total: € 300


Phone device purchase:
- €50: Ordinary phone unit - suitable for conducting outgoing/incoming calls and receiving voice mail messages
OR
- On quotation: Phone and Fax Line Unit - suitable for conducting incoming/outgoing calls and fax

TOTAL 1st YEAR*: From € 675

 Annual secretary services (Eltoma annual service):
- Phone bills: receipt, scanning & forwarding
- Secretary support (receiving calls and redirecting messages)

TOTAL: € 300


*NB! Phone bills are covered by the Client directly.
€20/month - Average Subscription
Please note: Gold Virtual Office Package includes annual secretary service

Take the next step, we are here to help.

Register a Office administration company.
Open a Office administration bank account.

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