Welcome to Computingscheme

Cyclescheme, 25.10.2012

Welcome to Computingscheme

The latest IT equipment, NI savings and paid directly from your salary

Cyclescheme is proud to announce the imminent launch of a new and exciting employee benefits product, Computingscheme.

Computingscheme is an innovative, online benefits solution that allows you the opportunity to purchase the latest IT equipment whilst saving on your National Insurance Contributions (NICs) through simple and convenient payments directly from salary.

You can spread the cost over 12, 24 or 36 months with no credit checks, providing you the opportunity to own the latest IT equipment, such as an iPad for less than £10 per month.

We’re in the final stages of live product testing and the registration page will be open to your employer in the next few weeks.

In the meantime, please visit our website at www.computingscheme.co.uk to view the range of products available, calculate your potential savings, and consult our comprehensive Help & Support section. You can also ‘invite your employer’ to join the scheme here.

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