Epson Expands Automatic Ink-Delivery Service

On March 18th, Epson Germany reported that it’s making its ReadyInk automatic ink cartridge delivery program available in Germany.

Epson stresses that, unlike other programs, this isn’t a monthly subscription program (as is the case with HP’s Instant Ink program), but is a pay-as-you-go program, with customers only being billed for the new ink cartridges sent to them when their ink runs low. It also says that there are no page limits or added fees when the customer prints more pages than anticipated.

To use the service, customers register online. When ink runs low, the reseller which sold the printer is notified and sends the customers new ink cartridges, with the customer being billed. Epson partner Printer4You will be supplying the service in Germany.

To see if their Epson printer is eligible for the program, customers can check here.

Epson launched its ReadyInk program in the United States in September 2017, and in August 2018 in the U.K. For more information, visit Epson America’s ReadyInk web page here.

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