Regus believes in giving businesses unlimited choices, flexibility, and access to bright, inspiring workspaces.
Regus has been in business for over 30 years and has an extensive network of locations that enable companies to work whenever and wherever they need.
Regus offers three tiers of virtual office services.
The first tier is Professional Address. This is an excellent option for those who are looking to establish their business and expand their presence into various cities or countries. The benefits you get with this plan are mail handling services and a professional business address.
The second tier is Regus' most popular product, the Virtual Office plan. This is ideal for clients in need of a professional presence. This plan includes the following benefits:
The final plan Regus offers for Virtual Offices is the Virtual Office Plus plan. This is best suited for those who plan on using a private office to meet clients and hold interviews. This plan comes with many of the same benefits as the Virtual Office plan. Still, it includes five days at a private office (or coworking access) at any location, complementary community meeting rooms, and more.
If you decide to use an office space from Regus, You can expect the following amenities:
All utilities, cleaning, maintenance, and security costs are included. Plus, you can use the business address, communal kitchen, and printer. Clients can easily use the space for however long they need.
When choosing a Virtual Office plan or Office Workspace, keep in mind that Regus shows the prices based on a 24-month contract. If you want to shorten your contract length to a year or six months, you can expect to pay more per month.
For example, if you choose a location in New York for your virtual office space, you will pay $216 per month with a two-year contract. If you only want a one-year contract it will cost $229 per month, and if you want a six-month contract, you will pay $242 per month.
While you'll save more money in the long run with a longer contract, you might end up with a hefty cancellation fee if you need to end the contract early.
While most amenities are included in the cost of an office space, there are some things you'll have to pay extra for. While you can use the communal kitchen, things like tea and coffee will cost you extra.
You can also reserve a meeting room (whether you need it for an interview or to host a meeting), but this benefit isn't included in the tiered Virtual Office plans. You can expect to pay anywhere from $20 to $100+ per hour (depends on your location, availability, and more).
While all companies have some type of fee, many customers feel Regus was not completely upfront with them regarding the additional costs and fees.
J. Scott Zimmerman Los Angeles, CA
4 months ago