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I do not want to use the instant ink program. What do I need to do? I have HP envy 4520

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I do not want to use the instant ink program.  My son is away at school, does not use anywhere near what they requirem for a plan, plus ink cannot be mailed to his dorm.  I am planning on purchasing a HP Envy 4520 and do not want to get any annoying messages to sign up for the program.

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Hi @bifftex

 

Welcome to the HP Support Forum. I hope you enjoy your time here. 

 

I'm seeing that you would rather not use the HP Instant Ink service. I would like to advise you on your options. 

 

By all means, purchase the desired printer model. When you install it up on your computer, it's as simple as closing the prompts to enroll. If you were to see a front panel sign up prompt, it's just a matter of choosing to decline it and that should prevent any future prompts. You are welcome to use regular or XL ink without any obligation to enroll. 

 

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