Canon Launches Automatic Ink- and Toner-Supply Service
We’re not quite sure when this program first became available, but it appears to very new – a Canon U.S.A. automatic toner and ink supply service, called Auto Replenishment Service, which is similar to HP’s Instant Ink program.
Under the program, participating Internet-connected Canon inkjet and laser printers, MFPs, and All-in-Ones are monitored via the Internet. When ink or toner becomes low, Canon ships the user new ink or toner and bills their credit card for the supplies
Enrollment in the program is free, users may cancel at any time, and shipping and handling is free. Currently, customers can only enroll in the program at the time they purchase their printer. However, Canon says it’s working to update the program, presumably to include more options.
A list of participating printers is available here. Various toner-based imageCLASS models are eligible for the program, as are inkjet-based consumer-oriented Pixma models, and inkjet-based business-inkjet Maxify models. Currently 15 models are eligible.
For more information, visit Canon here.
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