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HP DeskJet 2622 Wireless All-in-One Printer with 2 months Instant Ink Trial £24 at HP Shop
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HP DeskJet 2622 Wireless All-in-One Printer with 2 months Instant Ink Trial £24 at HP Shop

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Posted 17th Nov 2019

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rimalpatel00717/11/2019 17:01

Same deal in Argos posted already


Similar but surely different deals as price is slightly different and from different merchants.
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Same deal in Argos posted already
rimalpatel00717/11/2019 17:01

Same deal in Argos posted already


Similar but surely different deals as price is slightly different and from different merchants.
Imo, if its cheaper then it's a valid deal. Heat added!
I have a similar model printer, the ink deal is terrific. As a low end user I think there's only been one occasion in 3 yrs where I've had to pay for ink for exceeding my limit, and that was only a £1.
Thank goodness the days of paying for excessively high priced ink cartridges, are at an end.
5% Quidco cashback
dealdelver17/11/2019 17:59

I have a similar model printer, the ink deal is terrific. As a low end …I have a similar model printer, the ink deal is terrific. As a low end user I think there's only been one occasion in 3 yrs where I've had to pay for ink for exceeding my limit, and that was only a £1.


Rather than me googling and sifting through this and that website, can you please let us know what was the cost of instant ink per year and what was the printing allowance, and was that the cheapest deal? Thank you in advance. If this has already been discussed in a forum or post on this website I apologise, again in advance.
£24 still too expensive for this printer.
Had 2 of these and both developed different issues.
I honestly wouldn't use HP if it was free. After sales service is time wasting and dire.
tarryboy17/11/2019 18:35

Rather than me googling and sifting through this and that website, can you …Rather than me googling and sifting through this and that website, can you please let us know what was the cost of instant ink per year and what was the printing allowance, and was that the cheapest deal? Thank you in advance. If this has already been discussed in a forum or post on this website I apologise, again in advance.


Hi I have the free deal 10 pages a month (colour no extra), if you go over there's a £1 charge per set of 10 extra copies. They send notification when you're about to exceed your limit. If you have a larger print job in the offing, of more than 20, then you better of to temporarily switch plans. Next plan is 50 pages a month for £1.99. They know when ink is running low, amd send new cartridges. Customer service has been excellent.There are no charges for the ink cartridges, they come with the printer, then replaced when low.* I have now seen that they have since upped the usage to 15 free pages. I must give them a call.😄
Edited by: "dealdelver" 17th Nov 2019
Vicky4617/11/2019 18:52

I honestly wouldn't use HP if it was free. After sales service is time …I honestly wouldn't use HP if it was free. After sales service is time wasting and dire.


You must have been unlucky. I had a very positive experience, when I went over on print allowance, owing to poor printing because ink was low/ dried out after lapse in use. They had no qualms about replacing ink and free refresh of alowance.
The number of free months can be increased with some codes. Not allowed to post here due to site rules. Search eBay.

I'm also happy to answer any questions about Instant Ink via PM, been a customer for years.
So can I ask how you do the free ink trial, I do very little printing and think easily less than 10/15 pages per month
Can someone advise please - thanks
Chaykin17/11/2019 19:38

The number of free months can be increased with some codes. Not allowed to …The number of free months can be increased with some codes. Not allowed to post here due to site rules. Search eBay.I'm also happy to answer any questions about Instant Ink via PM, been a customer for years.



Hi, can I check... Two Qs.

1, If I print a full stop on one page, it will count as 1 page printed. If I print a full A4 colour photo it also counts as 1 page used?
2. You can start on the free plan and then upgrade... but if you the don't need the plan can youo downgrade to the free plan?

Thanks
Toffee196417/11/2019 20:06

So can I ask how you do the free ink trial, I do very little printing and …So can I ask how you do the free ink trial, I do very little printing and think easily less than 10/15 pages per month Can someone advise please - thanks


Check out my earlier post. Though basically, you choose your plan, free or otherwise at outset.
soled7317/11/2019 22:17

Hi, can I check... Two Qs.1, If I print a full stop on one page, it will …Hi, can I check... Two Qs.1, If I print a full stop on one page, it will count as 1 page printed. If I print a full A4 colour photo it also counts as 1 page used? 2. You can start on the free plan and then upgrade... but if you the don't need the plan can youo downgrade to the free plan?Thanks




Q1 - Yes and Yes. Full stop or 1 full page. All count as 1 page printed.

Q2. I asked HP support this question earlier today and this was their response:

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But someone mentioned something about there being a workaround to getting back to the free plan.
Edited by: "notalwaysright19" 18th Nov 2019
notalwaysright1918/11/2019 00:42

Q1 - Yes and Yes. Full stop or 1 full page. All count as 1 page printed. …Q1 - Yes and Yes. Full stop or 1 full page. All count as 1 page printed. Q2. I asked HP support this question earlier today and this was their response:[Image] [Image] [Image] But someone mentioned something about there being a workaround to getting back to the free plan.



Shame about Q2 - but thanks for confirming,
£19.99 @Very.co.uk with free click and collect
Any good and are there compatible inks for this?
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