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Now you don’t need to be conservative on how much you print on a page, thanks to HP’s subscription instant ink service.
This popular way of printing means you can print a full page of colour without worrying about the cost of ink coverage. A printed page counts the same whether it's black and white, a colour document, or a photo!
What’s the cost?
When you sign up for an HP Instant Ink plan, you pay a monthly fee to print a defined number of pages per month. The plans are based on the number of pages you print, not on how many ink cartridges you use. Your monthly fee pays for ink, shipping, and recycling used-up cartridges.
For as little as $1.25/£0.99/€0.99 for up to 15 pages per month, for occasional printing or $5.99/£3.49/€4.99 for up to 100 pages for frequent printers. Basically, a package to suit any home and office user.
A positive impact for the environment?
HP say purchasing & printing this way requires less packaging and fewer shipments, reducing energy usage by 69% and water usage by 70%!
Do I need a HP printer to do this?
There are over 80+ HP inkjet printer series, and has expanded to include toner for laser printers as well. Most of the other major printer manufacturers have introduced inkjets with low running costs and their own pricing models. Companies, including Brother, Epson, and Canon, offer similar (though non-subscription-based) cost-saving initiatives.
For other inspiration with our Minimum Ink. Maximum Impact article here.
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This article is written by The Wrapp Post, and was posted or last updated on August 23, 2021
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Printing just got cheap!