HP says its printer offline and no charge next-days delivery, the cheapest way to print a book.
The company said Wednesday it would offer its online printer offline for $1.30 per copy, and it would charge customers $2.60 per copy for print copies on Sundays.
The printer online is $2 per copy.
“We’re not here to take away people’s opportunity to make a purchase, but we’re committed to making it as easy as possible to get your work done,” said Marc Laidler, HP’s chief technology officer, in a statement.
“Printers offline means there’s no charge, no strings attached, and no hassle.”
He added, “We’ve been making this technology available for quite some time, and we believe it is a good solution for customers who need more convenience than the traditional paper route.
We hope this change will make it easier for customers to find the perfect time to buy a print.”
The company says it will offer online and print versions of its printer for $2 for each copy on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., excluding Christmas.
The price drops to $1 for the same print on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11 to 8 p.s.m.; Tuesdays to Wednesday from 8 to 6 p.ms.; Thursdays to Tuesdays from 6 to 4 p.mt.; Tues to Thursdays and Tuesdays through Thursdays for $4 per copy on Friday.
For more information, visit hp.com/print or call 613-724-0517.