HP Envy 4527 All-in-one Colour Wireless Multifunction Inkjet Printer - 12 Months Free Instant Ink Trial £39.95 / £43.93 delivered at Ebuyer
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HP Envy 4527 All-in-one Colour Wireless Multifunction Inkjet Printer - 12 Months Free Instant Ink Trial £39.95 / £43.93 delivered at Ebuyer

£43.93£49.9912%Ebuyer Deals
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Posted 5th Apr
Create fabulous photos with this HP Envy wireless all-in-one inkjet printer. It lets you print, scan and copy so that you have a complete solution for your office or study needs, and it allows you to print from almost anywhere thanks to its wireless printing capabilities.

Pair it up with your iPhone or Mac using Apple AirPrint, and use HP ePrint with your Windows PC or compatible smartphone to print even when you’re out of the house via an email.

When you need to print off PDFs or long Word documents, you can use the automatic two-sided printing option to save paper, and an optional subscription to the HP instant ink replacement service works with your printer to replace ink when you need it. In addition, full-bleed photo printing ensures you don’t have to cut out borders when printing your holiday snaps on this HP Envy wireless all-in-one inkjet printer.

If you installed it via the 123.hp.com you should of seen a registration page once the drivers have installed. Otherwise go to hpinstantink.com and sign up from there.
When you register for Instant ink, choose the 300 page
pm option. When it’s up and running, you can change to a 700 page pm
option.

As you near the end of your free
months, you can drop your plan down to a more appropriate level.(courtesy other hp post of 6234)
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I can see the free delivery is when you buy for £50
I don’t know whether the FREEINK code is still working but it’s worth a try if you want an extra month
Edited by: "getgino" 5th Apr
Also ( I posted this in the other HP thread):

For those not aware of the Instant Ink workings:

You register for Instant Ink which is posted to you when needed. You are limited only by the pages per month plan you have chosen

I've got the envy 6234 which had a free 7 months deal, but also got an extra month with the generic code FREEINK + another extra month with a referrer code so 2 extra free months on top of the advertised free months. The referrer who gives the code also gets 1 free month so win-win).



When you register for Instant ink, choose the 500 page pm option.

As you near the end of your free months, you can drop your plan down to a more appropriate level. I'll probably go to 100 pages per month for £3.49 as normally I'd print around 80-90 pages pm.
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 5th Apr
Can you drop down to the free 15 pages per month plan? I print so little that I'd worry I'd be constantly unblocking the dried up jets.
I wonder whether you can buy it and use just the ink - not the printer.
Seems a great deal, but a significant number of reviews on Amazon talk about major WiFi problems, and build quality. Lots of great reviews too, but enough complaints in 1 & 2 star reviews to give me concern.
terriclarkfan45 m ago

Can you drop down to the free 15 pages per month plan? I print so little …Can you drop down to the free 15 pages per month plan? I print so little that I'd worry I'd be constantly unblocking the dried up jets.


Not officially you can't. Not tried it myself but I believe you can deregister the printer and sign up to the free plan afterward.
terriclarkfan1 h, 7 m ago

Can you drop down to the free 15 pages per month plan? I print so little …Can you drop down to the free 15 pages per month plan? I print so little that I'd worry I'd be constantly unblocking the dried up jets.


That happened to me & I ended up using my 15 page a month allowance up unblocking the jets, got rid of the printer in the end
Typically, will Amazon match this price in the next few days?
Note that you only get 7 days from installation to set up the free trial. Been caught out with that myself
I’m already on a 7 months free plan. After that it’s somthing like £10/month. Is there any way can buy this printer and use the ‘voucher’ to extend my current plan or would I need to stat again using this printer?
Is it normal that the HP Smart app can't "see" the printer when you're away from your home WiFi?

The screen below shows my printer and its ink levels when I'm at home on WiFi, but not over 4g or away from home, as in the screenshot.

Seems to be an odd limitation if this is true.

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terriclarkfan1 h, 13 m ago

Is it normal that the HP Smart app can't "see" the printer when you're …Is it normal that the HP Smart app can't "see" the printer when you're away from your home WiFi? The screen below shows my printer and its ink levels when I'm at home on WiFi, but not over 4g or away from home, as in the screenshot.Seems to be an odd limitation if this is true.[Image]


I suspect your home router doesn't allow connections to your printer from the internet.
The IP address your phone users to communicate with the printer when you're on WiFi at home is a private IP (probably the same range used in everybody's houses), but when your are on the internet it would be a complete different address. Your router normally translates between the two, but you wouldn't normally allow your printer (or many other devices) to be internet accessible?

Obviously "SMART" internet of things devices behave differently, like security cameras etc to specifically allow internet access to authorised users, but these so introduce potential internet security problems.
Just received my first instant ink delivery; quite surprised that the packet didn't fit through my letterbox and had to be collected from the post office instead.
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