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HP instant ink - is the free plan worth it?

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I was planning to enroll in the free plan (15 pages/month) of instant ink. I know for a fact that I’m not planning on printing more than 15 pages, but I’m just wondering what would happen if I decide to cancel my subscription. Will I have to send back the ink cartridge?

Are there any hidden fees?

Would it ruin my computer?

I have an hp envy 7640.

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@cristomike2, Welcome to HP Support Community!

 

Upon cancellation, you cannot use the ink cartridges sent from HP. You will have to purchase regular ink from the stores and install them to be able to print. HP would send you an envelope to ship the cartridges back, which will be recycled.

 

And, if you go beyond 15 pages there will be nominal charges.

 

Here are documents that will help you understand the HP Instant Ink Program better-

 

FAQ's - HP Instant Ink

HP Instant Ink - Understand HP Instant Ink Monthly Charges

 

 

I hope that answers your concern adequately. Let me know!

 

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