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HP goes down subscription route

Users subscribe for a certain number of pages of printing per month

7th May, 2017
Gary Tierney, managing director at HP Ireland

HP Inc has launched a subscription model print service in a bid to appeal to changing consumer trends.

HP Instant Ink is a subscription ink process where users subscribe for a certain number of pages of printing per month, as opposed to buying individual cartridges.

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