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HP instant Ink for Printers cards (Save 70% on Ink) from £1.99 Currys

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It goes like this..... you sign up and select the required printing papers each month and set up a Direct debit each month and ink is sent out accordingly £1.99- for 50 pages each month £3.49-… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
It goes like this..... you sign up and select the required printing papers each month and set up a Direct debit each month and ink is sent out accordingly

£1.99- for 50 pages each month

£3.49- for 100 pages each month

£7.99- for 300 pages each month

There is a rollover so if you use less pages each month they are rolled over to the next month and if the next month you'll need 300 pages you just log in and update so you can change your tariff each month.

This is way cheaper then buying cartridges and gives you piece of mind because when you are about to run out, Ink is sent out in the post. Excellent solution from HP. Follow the link for more information.

And if you buy a HP Printer they come with free 5 months. I brought the HP Envy for £35.00 and this promotion came with it. The price of the printer is now gone up.

Well worth it :)
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
so whats the deal then as hp have done this for ages
#2
can I use this with an holder hp printer? Not seen this before and now my son has started secondary school it is costing me a fortune. I usually use hp364 cartridges.
#3
vikspik
can I use this with an holder hp printer? Not seen this before and now my son has started secondary school it is costing me a fortune. I usually use hp364 cartridges.


Buy this new hp printer and sign up
I don't think they cover old printers?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-envy-4527-wi-fi-one-printer-reduced-35-john-lewis-free-c-c-2yrs-guarantee-amazon-2560582
#4
HP customer service is excellent, my first delivery of ink cartridges didn't arrive and when I called them, they sent out new ones with next day delivery, told me to keep the other late ones as spares, increased my trial by a month and also said I could print as many pages as I liked the first month with no extra charges for going over the allowance.
1 Like #5
Not a deal I'm afraid, standard price.
#6
It's not a price reduction but many people don't know about this program.

I did the trial for hp when they launched it in the UK to see if their was any hiccups.

They supplied me with a free printer and funded the service for a year and I just commented on any issues. I was that impressed I carried on with the service.

Customer service is excellent and I never run out of ink. My printer tells hp when it is running low and another cartridges arrives in the post.

Great when you have children with homework that needs printing in the morning, you are running late and it all just works :D

Xx
#7
nzadok
HP customer service is excellent, my first delivery of ink cartridges didn't arrive and when I called them, they sent out new ones with next day delivery, told me to keep the other late ones as spares, increased my trial by a month and also said I could print as many pages as I liked the first month with no extra charges for going over the allowance.
that's because without a subscription they wont work anyway, when your sub runs out they switch the cartridges off irrespective of how much ink is left in them.
#8
paulj48
nzadok
HP customer service is excellent, my first delivery of ink cartridges didn't arrive and when I called them, they sent out new ones with next day delivery, told me to keep the other late ones as spares, increased my trial by a month and also said I could print as many pages as I liked the first month with no extra charges for going over the allowance.
that's because without a subscription they wont work anyway, when your sub runs out they switch the cartridges off irrespective of how much ink is left in them.


I realise that, the point was I can print as many pages as I like this month and have the spare cartridges to do so
#9
nzadok
paulj48
nzadok
HP customer service is excellent, my first delivery of ink cartridges didn't arrive and when I called them, they sent out new ones with next day delivery, told me to keep the other late ones as spares, increased my trial by a month and also said I could print as many pages as I liked the first month with no extra charges for going over the allowance.
that's because without a subscription they wont work anyway, when your sub runs out they switch the cartridges off irrespective of how much ink is left in them.


I realise that, the point was I can print as many pages as I like this month and have the spare cartridges to do so


No, if you do that you will be charged the excess rate for your package per 25 pages. Having the cartridges is irrelevant.
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alexjameshaines
nzadok
paulj48
nzadok
HP customer service is excellent, my first delivery of ink cartridges didn't arrive and when I called them, they sent out new ones with next day delivery, told me to keep the other late ones as spares, increased my trial by a month and also said I could print as many pages as I liked the first month with no extra charges for going over the allowance.
that's because without a subscription they wont work anyway, when your sub runs out they switch the cartridges off irrespective of how much ink is left in them.


I realise that, the point was I can print as many pages as I like this month and have the spare cartridges to do so


No, if you do that you will be charged the excess rate for your package per 25 pages. Having the cartridges is irrelevant.


Why don't you read my post again
#11
Here's my experience.
Purchased the Hp Envy 4524 last Friday.
Immediately signed up for the free 5 month trial.
Ran off 19 pictures and used all the start up ink within an hour.
And I've been waiting ever since for my "instant" Ink to arrive.
Just tracked my shipment and as of last nite 21:48 it had arrived in the UK, now saying 1-3 business days to reach my house.
Rubbish!!!

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