34% off the HP Deskjet 2632 All-in-One Printer, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trial - Save £15 - £24.99 @ Amazon (Lightning Deal)
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34% off the HP Deskjet 2632 All-in-One Printer, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trial - Save £15 - £24.99 @ Amazon (Lightning Deal)

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Found 22nd Mar
34% off the HP Deskjet 2632 All-in-One Printer, Instant Ink with 3 Months Trial - Save £15


  • Save up to 70 Percent on ink (HP 304 inks) with HP instant ink and never run out of ink; ordered by your printer, delivered to your door; three months trial included
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Crazy how a wifi enabled all-in-one printer/scanner/copier is just £24.99 but a plain flatbed scanner is over £50!
Edited by: "dush_yant" 22nd Mar
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I know right! crazy!
How does the trial work? How many pages
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When you need ink, your printer automatically lets HP know to send more. HP Original Ink is delivered straight to your door before you run out - and only when you need it (no stockpiling!). Plus, trying it is risk free – you can cancel anytime.

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Edited by moderator: "trimmed link" 22nd Mar
gottshalkm7 m ago

When you need ink, your printer automatically lets HP know to send more. …When you need ink, your printer automatically lets HP know to send more. HP Original Ink is delivered straight to your door before you run out - and only when you need it (no stockpiling!). Plus, trying it is risk free – you can cancel anytime.[Image]


So if I print 14 pages a month, that means I spend £24.99 on this printer and I get unlimited (14 pages per month) for life?
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HotUKDealSeeker8 m ago

So if I print 14 pages a month, that means I spend £24.99 on this printer …So if I print 14 pages a month, that means I spend £24.99 on this printer and I get unlimited (14 pages per month) for life?


No after the one month trail you can upgrade, pay as you go or order your own.
HotUKDealSeeker22 m ago

So if I print 14 pages a month, that means I spend £24.99 on this printer …So if I print 14 pages a month, that means I spend £24.99 on this printer and I get unlimited (14 pages per month) for life?


Woulod appear so if the free 15 pages for life is applicable.
Does this printer work with Macbook?
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Hanan17 m ago

Does this printer work with Macbook?


yes and you can also easily print from your mobile device and tablets, manage printing tasks and scan on the go with the HP All-in-One Printer Remote app
Ordered Heat!
onlineDealHunter1 h, 2 m ago

When you need ink, your printer automatically lets HP know to send more. …When you need ink, your printer automatically lets HP know to send more. HP Original Ink is delivered straight to your door before you run out - and only when you need it (no stockpiling!). Plus, trying it is risk free – you can cancel anytime.[Image]


What happens if I don’t use the printer often and the ink dries up, HP will still send me replacements?
The ink for these is expensive! We’ve found this out as we got the printer for £15 over Xmas. It’s basically redundant now gone back to an Epson printer for sheer costs of ink. Good to start with but gets very expensive
dush_yant8 m ago

What happens if I don’t use the printer often and the ink dries up, HP w …What happens if I don’t use the printer often and the ink dries up, HP will still send me replacements?


that's what usually happens to my inks. Would they dry in one month? what if I printed 14 pages on the last day of the billing cycle? Would that be good enough to keep the ink going? Or print 1 page per week, just so it doesn't dry up?
Just read through HP instant ink website & it does seem to suggest that the free plan gives you 15 pages pm for life & only £1 per 10 pages should you ever go over it in any given month.

If I'm reading correct then this is fantastic as i very rarely print anything out but my 12 yr old printer is needing renewed, especially as it needs 2 ink cartridges which will set me back £15.

Hoping someone can let me know if it really is free. It seems too good to be true
pokerbanter3 h, 36 m ago

Just read through HP instant ink website & it does seem to suggest that …Just read through HP instant ink website & it does seem to suggest that the free plan gives you 15 pages pm for life & only £1 per 10 pages should you ever go over it in any given month. If I'm reading correct then this is fantastic as i very rarely print anything out but my 12 yr old printer is needing renewed, especially as it needs 2 ink cartridges which will set me back £15.Hoping someone can let me know if it really is free. It seems too good to be true


From the hp website this refers to the free 15 monthly prints
Lightening deal has ended but available directly from hp for £29.99
I understand it to be free until you go over 15 prints and then your payment method gets charged by £1 for each set of 10 pages
Did also read somewhere that if you activated the free trial and then wanted to downgrade, the lowest downgrade would be to 50 prints per month at £1.99 and you couldn't go back to the free 15 monthly prints. Appears that for low users it's best picking the 15 prints bundle from the outset and then occasionally paying the £1 extra if you don't want them to withdraw the offer from you.
Maybe someone who owns one can shed some more light here...

"1. The free printing plan allows you to print 15 pages per month at no cost (paper and internet connection not included) for the life of your printer. Additional pages are excluded and will be charged to customer credit/debit card at the end of the month at a rate of £1 per each additional set of 10 pages (customer to be charged £1 for each set even if customer doesn’t use entire set). HP reserves the right to modify or cancel the free printing plan anytime on 60 days notice. This offer cannot be redeemed for cash except as required by law. Additional information available in HP Instant Ink terms at HP Instant Ink Terms of Service."
Edited by: "maani12" 22nd Mar
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