HP OfficeJet 4658 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax + 5 months free instant ink trial + 1 year warranty - now £39.99 @ Currys **No Referrals pls**
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HP OfficeJet 4658 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax + 5 months free instant ink trial + 1 year warranty - now £39.99 @ Currys **No Referrals pls**

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Edited by:"vassy1"Found 13th Oct
  • Print technology: Inkjet Display: 2.2" LCD screen Wired connectivity: USB 2.0 Wireless connectivity: WiFi, Apple AirPrint Compatible cartridges: Black: HP 302- Colour: HP 302 Tri-colour
  • Average compatible cartridge yield: Black: 190 pages- Black XL: 480 pages- Colour: 165 pages- Colour XL: 330 pages Print resolution: 1200 x 1200 dpi- Up to 4800 x 1200 with HP photo paper & 1200 dpi input Pages per minute (black & white): Up to 9.5 ppm (ISO)- Up to 21 ppm
  • Scan resolution: 1200 x 1200 dpi Paper tray capacity: Up to 100 sheets Dimensions: 369 x 190 x 445 mm (H x W x D) Weight: 6.55 kg
  • Your HP printer will automatically make an order for replacement ink when it is needed and any unused pages will roll over to the next month so you're never losing out on ink.HP's Instant Ink cartridges hold more ink than standard cartridges, so you can print photos and more without needing to replace as often. The service is based on how many pages you print and not the amount of ink. The ink, shipping and cartridge recycling are all included in the price at no extra cost.

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you still add promo code 2MONTHSDJUK for a further 2 months free, remembered this from a previous thread. just setup my instant ink with this printer
Edited by: "Greg5" 13th Oct

ourdave3 m ago

I reckon I was going through about £80k of ink a year


Gold ink?
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Rickardo6 m ago

Why does the picture day up to 2 years instant ink included?


Will amend it

Is this worth paying the extra tenner over the 3831 that was posted yesterday??
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LV1233 m ago

Is this worth paying the extra tenner over the 3831 that was posted …Is this worth paying the extra tenner over the 3831 that was posted yesterday?? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-officejet-3831-all-in-one-wi-fi-printer-and-fax-with-3-months-instant-ink-trial-2999-cc-argos-please-do-not-offer-post-referrals-2811637


This is two extra months of ink. So I’d think so.

What's a Fax?

Rickardo39 m ago

Why does the picture day up to 2 years instant ink included?


Cheers, I hadn't yet clicked through as was umming and arrhing over the Argos one from yesterday that I have a reservation for. However, this has auto duplex by the looks of it, so will go for this. Thanks and heat.

How does the instant ink thing work

Sharpie_42018 m ago

What's a Fax?

It's the way forward .

Sounds like a decent printer, been looking at the deal from Argos and this, this hass better specs and longer instant ink deal, only downside is it using only two cartrdges instead of the 4 in the more expensive ones, but i suppose if you are subscribing to instant ink then it doesn't matter, when it mentions 5 months ink though, how many pages a month does this refer to? if it was 300 pages a month, then you could get a lot more months if you went to 50 a month. anyone know the value of the voucher you get with this?
The 6970 is a lovely printer with a years ink although it is £40 more, but it is huge! I need something with a smaller footprint like this hopefully has.
Edited by: "haggisheid" 13th Oct

JoeSpur13 m ago

How does the instant ink thing work


you subscribe to the pages you want a month, £1.99 for 50 pages, £3.99 for 100. £7.99 for 300. and they monitor your ink, once it nears replacing they send out new ones in the post, If you go over the subscribed amount, that's where they get you, e.g another 20 pages is £1 a think. so the beauty about instant ink is you that if you subscribe to 50 pages a month, you could print 50 A4 photos and go through 3 cartridges, it wont matter as it is the pages that they count.
and if you don't use your 50 pages, e.g. 30 pages left then you have 80 pages available for the next month

haggisheid6 m ago

you subscribe to the pages you want a month, £1.99 for 50 pages, £3.99 for …you subscribe to the pages you want a month, £1.99 for 50 pages, £3.99 for 100. £7.99 for 300. and they monitor your ink, once it nears replacing they send out new ones in the post, If you go over the subscribed amount, that's where they get you, e.g another 20 pages is £1 a think. so the beauty about instant ink is you that if you subscribe to 50 pages a month, you could print 50 A4 photos and go through 3 cartridges, it wont matter as it is the pages that they count.and if you don't use your 50 pages, e.g. 30 pages left then you have 80 pages available for the next month


What’s the catch?

I'm about 6 months in to the subscription (£3.99 and it's excellent.
I don't have to worry about how many pages i print, the kids use it as much as they like, and I reckon I was going through about £80k of ink a year, and now it's under £50.
Win:win.

JoeSpur9 m ago

What’s the catch?


Read again from "If you go over the subscribed amount, that's where they get you"

ourdave3 m ago

I reckon I was going through about £80k of ink a year


Gold ink?

JoeSpur10 m ago

What’s the catch?


There is always a catch! They hope you will go over the subscribed pages.Just looked at HP website. If you are on the £1.99/50 pages a month deal, it is £1 for another 15 pages, the £3.99/100 page deal is 20 pages for a £1 and the £7.99 300 page deal is 25 pages for a pound

£1.99 pre month seems a great deal if you are not a heavy user. £24 per year, cartridges cost more than that and go dry quite quickly once started to use them. I normally replace them each year so good deal for me

Has anyone bought one yet, would like to know the value of the voucher that is on the box.

Looks good for price. Does anyone have any good options for cheap compatible ink models ? I would rather buy ink as and when needed but acknowledge cheap printers ink usually cost more/close to replace than the printer did.
Thanks in advance

Instant Ink is brilliant. Has saved me loads I reckon. They also send out new ones well ahead of time (probably while there's at least 30% of the ink left), so you're never left without. You can also use the site or the software to check how much you're printing every month, so you could downgrade or upgrade the subscription depending on how much you use so you're not ending up overcharged. Also, if you don't use up your page quota for the month it rolls over into the next month, giving you loads of extra free pages to print. It's a really good service.

Instant Ink is the greatest thing ever. Would never go back now.

One thing I noticed with my instant ink is that is rarely runs out (maybe 1-2 times a year) and it prints right up to the end of the cartridge. Never drying up. And gives me loads and loads of pages, colour and black. It's brilliant.

BUT...contrast that with your usual store bough cartridges. They run out quick, they get splotchy, they are quick to say they can't print due to insufficient ink, and they tend to dry up with no use. Hmmm...

Makes you wonder what kind of scam these companies are running with normal cartridges doesn't it? When it matters to them, they can produce a cartridge as reliable as instant ink...but not for the regular joe buying normal cartridges.

JoeSpur1 h, 14 m ago

How does the instant ink thing work



Bottom line very poor. I am using the instant ink with HP. I was fine until my credit card changed. I was very busy & thought no problem I will sort it out next week. We had a very urgent document we needed to print so went to print, it & nothing worked, in spite of previously paying for the ink (it was the same cartridge I had in for 3 or more months). I was livid. Although in the back of my mind I thought this could happen, I put that thought asside as being too draconion of HP. I don't like HP controling my printing so once I find a suitable printer I will change it, had they not stopped the printer from printing (at least until I was able to change the payment details, or the cartridge ran out) I would have been happy to continue with the instant ink. I hope HP are taking note.

PS. I updated the payment, wasting precious time, & the printer started printing immediately.

ourdave1 h, 6 m ago

I'm about 6 months in to the subscription (£3.99 and it's excellent.I …I'm about 6 months in to the subscription (£3.99 and it's excellent.I don't have to worry about how many pages i print, the kids use it as much as they like, and I reckon I was going through about £80k of ink a year, and now it's under £50.Win:win.

But £3.99/month only gives you 100 pages.

Does anyone know if it has a feed scanner that you can scan multiple docs one after another?

compared to other printers in the HP range, how is the quality for pics? does anyone have it already.

just wondering we should always able to use our own cartridge but then point is how costly that is ?? better to buy laser printer which cost extra but saves on cartridge....

HOTPOT1 h, 15 m ago

Bottom line very poor. I am using the instant ink with HP. I was fine …Bottom line very poor. I am using the instant ink with HP. I was fine until my credit card changed. I was very busy & thought no problem I will sort it out next week. We had a very urgent document we needed to print so went to print, it & nothing worked, in spite of previously paying for the ink (it was the same cartridge I had in for 3 or more months). I was livid. Although in the back of my mind I thought this could happen, I put that thought asside as being too draconion of HP. I don't like HP controling my printing so once I find a suitable printer I will change it, had they not stopped the printer from printing (at least until I was able to change the payment details, or the cartridge ran out) I would have been happy to continue with the instant ink. I hope HP are taking note. PS. I updated the payment, wasting precious time, & the printer started printing immediately.


Was there no warning at all that this was about to happen? OTOH, if you agreed to pay but hadn't, what did you expect them to do?

Bought one. Thank

What's the ink prices on these and can you get compatible inks for them?

so you buy something you do not own but rent. It wont work without an active subscription. You cannot end the subscription to ink and just buy your own cartridges? In that case they should be provided the printer for free, not getting to you pay for it and then charge a rental for using it.

ourdave2 h, 52 m ago

I'm about 6 months in to the subscription (£3.99 and it's excellent.I …I'm about 6 months in to the subscription (£3.99 and it's excellent.I don't have to worry about how many pages i print, the kids use it as much as they like, and I reckon I was going through about £80k of ink a year, and now it's under £50.Win:win.


80 grands worth of ink a year?!

Anyone know if you can get a second trial ie if you already have instant ink and buy a new one. Can you just set up a new account and refer yourself for 1 month extra?

cliosport656 m ago

Love my HP Instant Ink, if you get a referral code you get an extra month …Love my HP Instant Ink, if you get a referral code you get an extra month free which would make 6 months in total Feel free to ask me any questions about HP Instant Ink


The 6/5 months trial, is it at 300 pages a month or 100 pages? And do you get a voucher with it for a certain value?

haggisheid4 h, 10 m ago

you subscribe to the pages you want a month, £1.99 for 50 pages, £3.99 for …you subscribe to the pages you want a month, £1.99 for 50 pages, £3.99 for 100. £7.99 for 300. and they monitor your ink, once it nears replacing they send out new ones in the post, If you go over the subscribed amount, that's where they get you, e.g another 20 pages is £1 a think. so the beauty about instant ink is you that if you subscribe to 50 pages a month, you could print 50 A4 photos and go through 3 cartridges, it wont matter as it is the pages that they count.and if you don't use your 50 pages, e.g. 30 pages left then you have 80 pages available for the next month

They also offer a free level of 15ppm too.

haggisheid2 m ago

The 6/5 months trial, is it at 300 pages a month or 100 pages? And do you …The 6/5 months trial, is it at 300 pages a month or 100 pages? And do you get a voucher with it for a certain value?



It is generates a code when you first set up the printer for HP Instant Ink and all free trials include the full maximum 300 pages per month.

Make sure when you first set the printer up to accept the HP Ink programme as you can not do it later

godphilla843 m ago

They also offer a free level of 15ppm too.



Not all printers are eligible for the free 15ppm remember

cliosport652 m ago

Not all printers are eligible for the free 15ppm remember


Can you explain how this be done?

thanks

JPS777 m ago

Can you explain how this be done?thanks



How what can be done buddy?

Instant Ink is excellent!
Get extra month free ink (1 month more after your 5 months) if you know someone already on Instant Ink.


Steps:
1. Buy the printer
2. Step up as per instructions and setup online account with HP
3. You will get 5 months ink plan for free (pick top one - £7.99 cancel later)
4. Print top quality photos and they will send new ink when you are almost finished.
5. You will get Bonus month ink when you refer your friends and family
Edited by: "jayminp" 13th Oct

cliosport656 m ago

How what can be done buddy?


How to get the free 15ppm and on which printers?

Cheers
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