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Finding The Lowest Rates For HP Toner

2011-07-19

If you just bought an HP brand printer, you probably did not pay a lot of money for it. This is not because it is low-quality brand. Quite the contrary, HP is a leading competitor in the printer industry. You did not pay a lot of money for your HP printer because the brand sells its printer for a lot less than it takes to make it. HP makes up for this loss in profit by charging a person much more for HP toner and ink. If you have not bought toner for your HP printer yet, you may be surprised at the expensive price you will pay for it. That is why many people are looking for a cheap toner alternative to HP toner.

One alternative is buying cheap toner from a third-party toner manufacturer. These cartridges are compatible with HP printers, but are priced at half of what HP toner is. The problem with this method of buying cheap toner is that third-party cartridges are not as reliable as HP toner cartridges. Production often overlooks the high quality processes that go into creating the ink and spraying nozzles it comes out of that come standard with HP toner. The key to buying cheap toner that will also be reliable is in doing your research.

The most popular place to buy third-party toner is at retailer outlets, such as Staples and Office Depot. These retailers often have experts who can help you choose the right third-party cartridge for your HP printer. There is also an online option where you can search for compatible toner and order it to be delivered directly to your location. Before you buy any toner, you should ask questions about the production and quality of the toner that you are considering.

It is important to ask vendors the names and contact information of the manufacturers it gets its toner from. Any reliable vendor will supply this information. Do research on these manufacturers and the way it produces toner. If you are buying remanufactured cartridges, which third-party manufacturers often produce, ask the manufacturer how well the original cartridges are cleaned before being refilled. Ask them if they test for cracks and other flaws that could potentially harm your printer if not found until after you buy the toner.

With rising costs of HP toner due to the profit loss from the name brand printer company underselling printers, many people are looking for cheap toner alternatives. Third-party cartridges are often the answer because they are half the price. Although a person should ask the manufacturer pertinent questions about producing the cartridges, this option is cost effective.

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