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Topic # 193855 27-Mar-2016 08:54
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Looking to replace an inkjet printer/scanner for home use (3 teenagers) and saw HP advertising their Instant Ink subscription service. Is this available in NZ? There NZ website would indicate "Yes" (http://support.hp.com/nz-en/document/c03767639) but the sign up page doesn't include NZ.


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  Reply # 1520310 27-Mar-2016 11:06
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Where is HP Instant Ink available?

http://support.hp.com/nz-en/document/c03760650#AbT1

Not yet.


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  Reply # 1520332 27-Mar-2016 12:34
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For the price of a few ink carts you could buy a Brother color lazer printer and get a couple of hundred back on a cashback..  





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  Reply # 1520333 27-Mar-2016 12:35
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Thanks. I couldn't find that page. Could be a good scheme depending on how they priced it in New Zealand.



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  Reply # 1520338 27-Mar-2016 12:54
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The Brother HL3170 looks very cheap. $175 less $100 can back for a color laser. Reviews say only average quality but should be OK for school reports. Thanks for the idea.

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