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HP Deskjet 2622 All in One Printer with Free 2 Month Instant Ink Trial £25.99 at Amazon
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HP Deskjet 2622 All in One Printer with Free 2 Month Instant Ink Trial £25.99 at Amazon

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Posted 3rd Sep 2019

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Decent printer at low cost.
  • Print, copy and scan while saving space with a wireless all in one printer
  • Save up to 70 Percent on ink (HP 65 Ink) with HP Instant Ink and never run out of ink; ordered by your printer, delivered to your door; with 2 months trial included
  • Easily print from a variety of smartphones and tablets
  • Put your printer wherever you want with this compact design
  • With HP Smart application, print and scan from virtually anywhere: Print documents, photos from the cloud, social media, scan with your smartphone camera
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After the trial period, can the ink be bought from supermarket or it must be ordered through HP?
maj250903/09/2019 12:08

After the trial period, can the ink be bought from supermarket or it must …After the trial period, can the ink be bought from supermarket or it must be ordered through HP?


No, you can cancel any time. It'll probably work out much cheaper to continue with one of their plans though (you can still buy replacement cartridges from elsewhere & use them in certain circumstances), ranging from free (15-pages a month) to £17.99 if your are a very heavy user - all the details & plans can be found here: store.hp.com/UKS…lanorinstantink.hpconnected.com/uk/…/l/
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Good deal for a wireless AIO printer I guess, but note there's no automatic (only manual) duplex printing - full specs: support.hp.com/us-…880
Edited by: "Crossbow" 4th Sep 2019
I bought one of these (at £29.99) - the Ink plans are great, especially the free 15 pages a month. That covers most of what we need for home use.
KentishLad03/09/2019 14:36

I bought one of these (at £29.99) - the Ink plans are great, especially …I bought one of these (at £29.99) - the Ink plans are great, especially the free 15 pages a month. That covers most of what we need for home use.


Does this include 15 pages a month?
moneybanks1403/09/2019 15:18

Does this include 15 pages a month?


I bought mine at Argos, so I’m not 100% sure it’s the same plan on offer. But service is great
Crossbow03/09/2019 13:53

No, you can cancel any time. It'll probably work out much cheaper to …No, you can cancel any time. It'll probably work out much cheaper to continue with one of their plans though (you can still buy replacement cartridges from elsewhere), ranging from free (15-pages a month) to £17.99 if your are a very heavy user - all the details & plans can be found here: https://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Offer.aspx?p=c-instantinkpickaplan or https://instantink.hpconnected.com/uk/en/l/- - -Good deal for a wireless AIO printer I guess, but note there's no automatic (only manual) duplex printing - full specs: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06117880


Thank you
maj250903/09/2019 12:08

After the trial period, can the ink be bought from supermarket or it must …After the trial period, can the ink be bought from supermarket or it must be ordered through HP?


Either Or - I'm sure you can get remanufacturered ones as well. The plan is just simple and no hassle, though unless you are a low use printer, it may not be the cheapest way to buy your ink
KentishLad03/09/2019 16:40

Either Or - I'm sure you can get remanufacturered ones as well. The plan …Either Or - I'm sure you can get remanufacturered ones as well. The plan is just simple and no hassle, though unless you are a low use printer, it may not be the cheapest way to buy your ink



I have 3 printers all on the free 15 pages per month … gives me 45 pages per month which is ample. If you need more , buy more printers (up to 5 are allowed iirc) so up to 60 pages per month and FREE Original Ink cartridges for as long as you have the printer.
Can you pick any plan for the trial and then downgrade to free once the trial ends?
SCRAPPY.DOO03/09/2019 17:40

Can you pick any plan for the trial and then downgrade to free once the …Can you pick any plan for the trial and then downgrade to free once the trial ends?


no, you cannot go for a free plan unless you start off on one. You can then upgrade at any time but you cannot downgrade back to the free one once you have upgraded .
SCRAPPY.DOO03/09/2019 17:40

Can you pick any plan for the trial and then downgrade to free once the …Can you pick any plan for the trial and then downgrade to free once the trial ends?


No, Once you go on a paid plan, you can't downgrade to the free plan but you can up or down grade from month to month if you
know you have a heavier use month or periods and can anticipate the use to some extent.

I found originally that non branded so called compatibles wouldn't work with recent models eg my 2632 as the cartridge chips though the same number 304 etc are different and the suppliers I tried - though they guaranteed they would work - they didnt - so I got a refund.
But I figured I'd easily spend at least £30-40 a year cartridges anyway so opted for the £1.99 a month (50 pages a month) or £24 a year to keep it ticking over with the option of upgrading only in months if I really need it. I had several months free trial to start but actually hardly used it . You can rollover some unused pages in a month so I apparently have 100 rolled over plus 50 pages for this month.
Plenty for me.
Edited by: "Patr100" 3rd Sep 2019
You can increase the number of free months with promotional codes (incl. from existing Instant Ink customers) available "out there". Not allowed to post here due to site rules. Search on eBay.
Crossbow03/09/2019 13:53

No, you can cancel any time. It'll probably work out much cheaper to …No, you can cancel any time. It'll probably work out much cheaper to continue with one of their plans though (you can still buy replacement cartridges from elsewhere), ranging from free (15-pages a month) to £17.99 if your are a very heavy user - all the details & plans can be found here: https://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Offer.aspx?p=c-instantinkpickaplan or https://instantink.hpconnected.com/uk/en/l/- - -Good deal for a wireless AIO printer I guess, but note there's no automatic (only manual) duplex printing - full specs: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06117880

if you use their plan you can't use cartridges from elsewhere , you have to use the XL cartrdges they send you.
However if you unsubscribe to any Plan , you can then use any other cartridges that would normally work for your model .However i found working compatibles were hard to find - even if guaranteed - it would be trial and error if they worked due to the chip update on new printers yet with the same cartridge number. I found mine didnt (even a replacement dint work) so got a refund.
Edited by: "Patr100" 3rd Sep 2019
I didn't quite understand the comments above, I'm not a heavy printer but may some months print more for school work. If I subscribe to the Free plan (which is enough for most months) and then the months I need more I upgrade, that means I cant then go back to the free plan the following month?

And if so, instead of upgrading my plan can I just pop the existing unused HP 304XL cartridge I bought from Amazon a while back, into my printer and then later continue on the free plan?

Thanks
sn279503/09/2019 19:30

I didn't quite understand the comments above, I'm not a heavy printer but …I didn't quite understand the comments above, I'm not a heavy printer but may some months print more for school work. If I subscribe to the Free plan (which is enough for most months) and then the months I need more I upgrade, that means I cant then go back to the free plan the following month?And if so, instead of upgrading my plan can I just pop the existing unused HP 304XL cartridge I bought from Amazon a while back, into my printer and then later continue on the free plan? Thanks


No. As we said, if you start on a Free plan, then go on a paid plan, even just for a month, you can't go back to the free plan on Instant Ink but you can move between paid plans. The minimum paid plan is currently £1.99 a month.You can use your amazon cartridge if you want , but not with the Instant Ink plan, free or otherwise.You will have to cancel all subscriptions and withdraw your printer from the Instant Ink service, remove the special cartridges they sent you and set up your Amazon cartridge (or from any other source)
Edited by: "Patr100" 3rd Sep 2019
Patr10003/09/2019 19:36

No. As we said, once on a paid plan, even just for a month, you can't go …No. As we said, once on a paid plan, even just for a month, you can't go back to the free plan on Instant Ink . The minimum paid plan is currently £1.99 a month.You can use your amazon cartridge if you want , but not with the Instant Ink plan, free or otherwise.You will have to cancel all subscriptions and withdrawn from the Instant Ink service, remove the spacil cratrisfes they sent you and set up your Amazon cartridge (or from any other source)


Oh ok understood now, thanks.
Same price from Argos and I had a four month trial
Great idea. I love HP
Patr10003/09/2019 18:08

if you use their plan you can't use cartridges from elsewhere , you have …if you use their plan you can't use cartridges from elsewhere , you have to use the XL cartrdges they send you.However if you unsubscribe to any Plan , you can then use any other cartridges that would normally work for your model .However i found working compatibles were hard to find - even if guaranteed - it would be trial and error if they worked due to the chip update on new printers yet with the same cartridge number. I found mine didnt (even a replacement dint work) so got a refund.


Fair enough with some of your points, but if the printer is disconnected from the internet, it cannot 'phone home', so you'll be free to use your own, working cartridges - that's f you can live without wireless printing for a while.
Crossbow04/09/2019 13:04

Fair enough with some of your points, but if the printer is disconnected …Fair enough with some of your points, but if the printer is disconnected from the internet, it cannot 'phone home', so you'll be free to use your own, working cartridges - that's f you can live without wireless printing for a while.


You seem to be disregarding ,my first point " if you use their plan "

You can do what you like or disconnect from the internet, but if you were on any Instant Ink Plan you'll be charged regardless per month until you cancel the automatic charge subscription, even if it cannot phone home or you decide to use different cartridges.
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Edited by: "Patr100" 4th Sep 2019
referral gives one more month free.. if someone refers you.
Patr10004/09/2019 16:25

You seem to be disregarding ,my first point " if you use their plan "You …You seem to be disregarding ,my first point " if you use their plan "You can do what you like or disconnect from the internet, but if you were on any Instant Ink Plan you'll be charged regardless per month until you cancel the automatic charge subscription, even if it cannot phone home or you decide to use different cartridges.|


You won't be charged anything ever if you're on the Free plan - i.e. don't exceed 15 pages per month...
"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. Overage pages are excluded and will be charged to customer payment method 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."

As you won't be charged anything ever in the above example, this statement of yours is simply untrue: "...but if you were on any Instant Ink Plan you'll be charged regardless per month until you cancel the automatic charge subscription...." - the Free plan is an 'Instant ink Plan' according to HP.
Crossbow04/09/2019 17:46

You won't be charged anything ever if you're on the Free plan - i.e. don't …You won't be charged anything ever if you're on the Free plan - i.e. don't exceed 15 pages per month..."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. Overage pages are excluded and will be charged to customer payment method 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."As you won't be charged anything ever in the above example, this statement of yours is simply untrue: "...but if you were on any Instant Ink Plan you'll be charged regardless per month until you cancel the automatic charge subscription...." - the Free plan is an 'Instant ink Plan' according to HP.


All right. Any PAID plan. The rest stands.
Satisfied now?
Edited by: "Patr100" 4th Sep 2019
Sorry still a bit confused - if I wanted to be on the free plan then there is no point in doing the free trial? Also is there any workaround say if did free trial then at end of trial could you unregister printer and re-register it with different email address to get on free plan?
I want to replace an existing HP printer with a new one, I already used a free trial on my old printer and have subscribed to Instant Ink for about two year after the free trial ended, can I use a new free trial on the new printer?
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