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HP DeskJet 2620 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £19 at Currys (2 month free trial of HP Instant Ink)
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HP DeskJet 2620 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer £19 at Currys (2 month free trial of HP Instant Ink)

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Posted 28th Nov 2019

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  • 2 month free trial of HP Instant Ink
  • WiFi / Apple AirPrint / Google Cloud Print
  • Up to 7.5 prints per minute
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No jiggery pokery here...I just downgraded then stopped and was offered 15 free pages.
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Could someone please explain this 2month trial of Instant ink pleass
do we still get 15 free prints a month?
deals6928/11/2019 21:24

Could someone please explain this 2month trial of Instant ink pleass


It’s a free trial to HP instant ink
moneybanks1428/11/2019 21:25

do we still get 15 free prints a month?


I think if you use 2 months free trial, you won't be able to get 15 free prints after the trail.
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Fi7328/11/2019 21:32

I think if you use 2 months free trial, you won't be able to get 15 free …I think if you use 2 months free trial, you won't be able to get 15 free prints after the trail.


You do, just select the highest plan for the trial, then change to the free plan, i did that and am currently on the 15 page a month plan
deals6928/11/2019 21:24

Could someone please explain this 2month trial of Instant ink pleass


HP will get you to sign up to their printing system,from £3 a month giving you the first two months free. Twice a year they send you a new ink cartridge. Sounds cheap but if you go over your allowance (happened to me twice) the price jumps from £3 to £30 very quickly. Would never do it again as you can easily get caught out with extra charges. Found it much cheaper to still buy cartridges in the shops.
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Fi7328/11/2019 21:32

I think if you use 2 months free trial, you won't be able to get 15 free …I think if you use 2 months free trial, you won't be able to get 15 free prints after the trail.


Yep, it’s one or the other, not both.
googley228/11/2019 21:34

HP will get you to sign up to their printing system,from £3 a month giving …HP will get you to sign up to their printing system,from £3 a month giving you the first two months free. Twice a year they send you a new ink cartridge. Sounds cheap but if you go over your allowance (happened to me twice) the price jumps from £3 to £30 very quickly. Would never do it again as you can easily get caught out with extra charges. Found it much cheaper to still buy cartridges in the shops.


Ahh ok yup seems like a way to get unknowing individuals thanks for the info
Will this work as a wireless scanner even after the ink cartridges are exhausted? I don't want an inkjet printer, but a new scanner could be useful.
Edited by: "FF99" 28th Nov 2019
Any idea who sells cheap compatible ink cartridges?
jessica.lacey28/11/2019 21:40

Yep, it’s one or the other, not both.


I received 7 months fee ink then moved to lowest plan then moved to 15 free....mind you I do have another printer enrolled but can’t see that making much difference.
deals6928/11/2019 21:48

Ahh ok yup seems like a way to get unknowing individuals thanks for the …Ahh ok yup seems like a way to get unknowing individuals thanks for the info


Not as bad as it seems, if you are in fear of going over you can upgrade immediately to a higher plan then roll over any unused pages. Downgrading is a little different and starts at next billing cycle. I’m on 100 pages for £3.49 and can carry over a total 100 pages. That said if you move your plan lower I think your roll-over allowance then drops to plan maximum. I find it great for full colour photos ( but then I have a photo printer, doubt this one would produce decent photos)
twinkle28/11/2019 21:59

I received 7 months fee ink then moved to lowest plan then moved to 15 …I received 7 months fee ink then moved to lowest plan then moved to 15 free....mind you I do have another printer enrolled but can’t see that making much difference.


I *think* that’s not meant to happen, although I’ve heard some jiggery pokery will get it for you for free afterwards. I’ve not tried it, happy with my free plan.
No jiggery pokery here...I just downgraded then stopped and was offered 15 free pages.
Amin_Afzal28/11/2019 21:55

Any idea who sells cheap compatible ink cartridges?


You might need to be careful. The boxes say “dynamic security enabled printer”, they can shut you down if you don’t use original inks. I don’t know how common that is, but I wouldn’t want to chance it.
FF9928/11/2019 21:55

Will this work as a wireless scanner even after the ink cartridges are …Will this work as a wireless scanner even after the ink cartridges are exhausted? I don't want an inkjet printer, but a new scanner could be useful.


I've got a Brother printer, quite old. Mine works as a scanner when it has no ink, obviously, not to print, but to save the scanned files on my PC. Considering how old my printer is, I can't see why this will not work the same.
Around £25 each ink (black and tri-colour) for my Canon. Might just get this as it’s cheaper to have a new printer...
twinkle28/11/2019 22:13

No jiggery pokery here...I just downgraded then stopped and was offered 15 …No jiggery pokery here...I just downgraded then stopped and was offered 15 free pages.


I just tried. it worked. just cancelled subscribe, it offered me 15 pages free plan. thanks a lot. I have paid almost a year now.
Fi7328/11/2019 23:32

I just tried. it worked. just cancelled subscribe, it offered me 15 pages …I just tried. it worked. just cancelled subscribe, it offered me 15 pages free plan. thanks a lot. I have paid almost a year now.


I’m pleased it wasn’t just me
twinkle28/11/2019 21:59

I received 7 months fee ink then moved to lowest plan then moved to 15 …I received 7 months fee ink then moved to lowest plan then moved to 15 free....mind you I do have another printer enrolled but can’t see that making much difference.


How did you get 7 months free ink?
FF9928/11/2019 21:55

Will this work as a wireless scanner even after the ink cartridges are …Will this work as a wireless scanner even after the ink cartridges are exhausted? I don't want an inkjet printer, but a new scanner could be useful.


I doubt it, as my officejet won't scan without ink. I think the free 15 page offer does make the whole concept reasonable.
notalwaysright1929/11/2019 01:14

How did you get 7 months free ink?


Get extra months may be up to 4 months code from eBay for free. Just do a Hp instant ink search.
notalwaysright1929/11/2019 01:14

How did you get 7 months free ink?


It was the offer at that time, on some occasions its 12 months, only recently its reduced to 2-3 months
For example: hotukdeals.com/dea…068
Edited by: "twinkle" 29th Nov 2019
googley228/11/2019 21:34

HP will get you to sign up to their printing system,from £3 a month giving …HP will get you to sign up to their printing system,from £3 a month giving you the first two months free. Twice a year they send you a new ink cartridge. Sounds cheap but if you go over your allowance (happened to me twice) the price jumps from £3 to £30 very quickly. Would never do it again as you can easily get caught out with extra charges. Found it much cheaper to still buy cartridges in the shops.


It depends on how you use it really. I personally find it very good value for money, because I print a lot of photos, which uses a lot of ink. Sometimes if I print a lot, I receive several cartridge shipments per months. The monthly plans are based on page count, rather than ink count, so printing a full-page photo and a page with just 1 line of text costs the same. If you only print text-based content, it may not be worth it, but if you print a lot of photo-based content, it's extremely good value. As an example, if I print A4 photos at best quality, a colour cartridge will only produce 30-40 photos before it runs out. If you only print text-based content, you can probably print hundreds of pages with 1 cartridge. The following picture shows the packaging boxes I received from instant ink in less than a year.39194442-egpIx.jpg
Don't bother with these if you are on a Uni shared network if you want Instant Ink. It doesn't work and H P Support don't care , only way around us to create a hotspot
googley228/11/2019 21:34

HP will get you to sign up to their printing system,from £3 a month giving …HP will get you to sign up to their printing system,from £3 a month giving you the first two months free. Twice a year they send you a new ink cartridge. Sounds cheap but if you go over your allowance (happened to me twice) the price jumps from £3 to £30 very quickly. Would never do it again as you can easily get caught out with extra charges. Found it much cheaper to still buy cartridges in the shops.


I never had/have any problems. Over past 2 yrs I've been on free ink, bar 1 month I went over a few pages and it cost me a £1. Have they changed the deal? Other posts seem to suggest not.
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