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As someone who only joined in Aug and not even out of the free trial period yet, this is a bummer. My plan switches in Nov 24.
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goob3r wrote: As someone who only joined in Aug and not even out of the free trial period yet, this is a bummer. My plan switches in Nov 24.
They need to give you 60 days notice, earliest reports were Dec 5th (received Oct 5th).
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aasoror wrote: They need to give you 60 days notice, earliest reports were Dec 5th (received Oct 5th).
Weird. I got the email today and it says specifically Nov 24 making it 30 days.
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Is there a reason Op has not updated the summary to put in Free tier is over? Knowing others babe benefited from this deal a few years make me wish I had bought one of these printers 2 years ago!
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goob3r wrote: Weird. I got the email today and it says specifically Nov 24 making it 30 days.
If you are on the free trial of X pages then you are not actually on the 15 pages tier.
I am not sure if the 60 days notice applies to those not enrolled but here is the fine print (from instant ink landing page)
Print free for life: The free printing plan allows you to print 15 pages per month at no cost (paper not included) for the life of your printer. Additional pages are excluded and will be charged to customer credit/debit card at the end of the month at a rate of $1.25 per each additional set of 10 pages (Customer to be charged $1.25 for each set even if customer doesn’t use entire set). HP reserves the right to modify or cancel the free printing plan anytime on 60 days’ notice.
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crazychick wrote: Is there a reason Op has not updated the summary to put in Free tier is over? Knowing others babe benefited from this deal a few years make me wish I had bought one of these printers 2 years ago!
Was just waiting to see if HP is going to make a PSA about it, but apparently, they are still allowing people to enroll in the free tier as of right now (not sure if a PSA is coming or they are just cutting off those currently enrolled). Nonetheless, I have added a note to the OP.
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Wondering how long it takes to receive ink shipment. The last time I received ink was in April and it was processed and delivewred in a few days. This time I requested for ink on Oct 19, tracking was created but the parcel still hasn't actually ship today. Chat agent just says it takes 10 business days...
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It is so infuriating that websites do not have a filter for out-of-stock items. HP and Staples just loves to cluttered the UI with stuff that you can't even purchase.

More reasons to love watching Amazon burns these outdated storefronts.
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AvacadoLover wrote: It is so infuriating that websites do not have a filter for out-of-stock items. HP and Staples just loves to cluttered the UI with stuff that you can't even purchase.

More reasons to love watching Amazon burns these outdated storefronts.
I agree Staples site is notorious for cancelling orders.

Use stocktrack.ca to find availability
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jjesskaka wrote: Wondering how long it takes to receive ink shipment. The last time I received ink was in April and it was processed and delivewred in a few days. This time I requested for ink on Oct 19, tracking was created but the parcel still hasn't actually ship today. Chat agent just says it takes 10 business days...
Same here, there was an order Oct 12 and I still have not received it. Canada Post still haven't pick it up. Running low on ink so getting anxious.
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I got the email today about the free plan changing to $1.25 starting Jan 2021 (60 days notice), but unused pages rolls over upto 45 pages.

MONTHLY PLANS PLAN FEE EXTRA PAGE SETS UNUSED PAGE ROLLOVER
15 pages $1.25 10 pages for $1.25 Up to 45 pages
50 pages $3.99 10 pages for $1.25 Up to 150 pages
100 pages $5.99 10 pages for $1.25 Up to 300 pages
300 pages $13.99 10 pages for $1.25 Up to 900 pages
500 pages (NEW!) $22.99 10 pages for $1.25 Up to 1500 pages
700 pages $28.99 15 pages for $1.25 Up to 2100 pages
1500 pages (NEW!) $57.99 15 pages for $1.25 Up to 4500 pages
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jjesskaka wrote: Wondering how long it takes to receive ink shipment. The last time I received ink was in April and it was processed and delivewred in a few days. This time I requested for ink on Oct 19, tracking was created but the parcel still hasn't actually ship today. Chat agent just says it takes 10 business days...
For me it take about 2 weeks.
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FYI, not sure if anyone mentioned but some instant ink printers are not eligible for lowest plan (free / $1.25) option as i found out when i was registering my printer earlier this year. I believe 7000 series and above printers cheapest option is 50 pages for $3.99. 5000 series and below should be eligible for 15page free / $1.25 subscription.
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congo80 wrote: FYI, not sure if anyone mentioned but some instant ink printers are not eligible for lowest plan (free / $1.25) option
Yes. right in the OP :)
aasoror wrote: * Though the Office Jet PRO and Envy PHOTO series printers can't be self-enrolled for the free instant ink tier, many were successful having it enrolled by contacting HP support.
And thread summary:
- The free tier is available only for select printers. Most current DeskJet, Envy and OfficeJet printers are included the Envy Photo, OfficeJet Pro and Tango printers are not. To find out if your printer qualifies for the free tier, go to https://instantink.hpconnected.com/r/re ... choice/new and select the printer your considering. Sometimes you might have to click/swipe left and right on the plans to see the free tier if it's available (especially on mobile).
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abshahul wrote: I got the email today about the free plan changing to $1.25 starting Jan 2021 (60 days notice)
Seems they are setting rolling dates for subscribers with no public announcement (yet).

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