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Tango X free mobile photos

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When printing free mobile photos through the app to my printer will i be charged for ink once i run out or will HP send me more ink to allow me to keep printing out free mobile photos with the app. Or is their a limit to the free mobile photos like once i run out of ink it will charge me or can i just keep on printing free photos?

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Hi,

HP Instant Ink does not charge for ink, it charges for print numbers.

As part of the Free Photo Promotion, pages printed from a mobile device to a photo paper up to 5 x 7 inches don't count in your HP Instant Ink account.

 

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Exclusive for the HP Tango printer, those who enroll in HP Instant Ink will not be charged for photos printed on photo paper size 5 x 7” or smaller from their smartphones and tablets. Tango will know when you print photos from a mobile device. When printing to 5 x 7” or smaller photos, the prints are not counted against your monthly page allotments (the number of pages in your enrolled plan). You must print from an Android™ or iOS® device to take advantage of this offer (Notebooks and Windows phones are not included) and must have an active HP Instant Ink account with a paid plan. You can monitor your free mobile photo prints from a special page meter on your account page. Limitations may apply. Once enrolled, go to your dashboard to learn more.

https://instantink.hpconnected.com/us/en/l/tango?jumpid=cp_r11400_us%2Fen%2Fipg%2Fhp_tango_smart_pri...

Shlomi



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