In addition to Epson’s subscription-free printer ink service, ReadyPrint Go, it has just launched a new subscription model called ReadyPrint Flex.
Epson claims that ReadyPrint Flex will save you up to 70% on print costs, and ink will automatically be delivered straight to your door when you’re running low. What’s more, Epson is offering the service free of charge for an initial three-month launch period, until 31 July 2020.
We explore how it compares with HP’s equivalent Instant Ink service, along with cheaper third-party cartridges, to help you decide whether they’re worth signing up to and whether they should sway your decision when choosing a printer brand.
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Instead of buying original inks that are made by the manufacturer of your printer and are often extremely expensive, there are third-party inks on the market which can save you a lot in ink costs.
Many people have concerns about third-party ink, whether that’s worrying they will leak and ruin their printer, won’t be compatible or will have poor ink quality.
However, every year we send out a survey to find out which third-party inks are best. We also run a lab test alongside this, where we find out how they compare with original inks when it comes to print quality.
Read our guide to the best cheap ink cartridges to see which ones you can buy with confidence.