Subscription service feature provides limitless delivery of ZINK sticker paper to consumers
San Francisco, CA – (November 27, 2017) – Prynt is disrupting the instant photography market with the announcement of an Unlimited Paper Plan, an offering that big-name competitors Polaroid and Fujifilm have yet to release on the market.
Prynt is offering unlimited paper to its customers for $35 every 2 months. With Prynt’s proprietary algorithms, it can accurately predict when a user runs low, automatically allowing them to request a 40-pack of paper to be delivered right at their doorstep.
The biggest inconvenience of owning an instant camera is the cost of paper refills. Ranging from $0.50 to $2.00 for a single photo, the cost to print can be pricey, posing a challenge to consumers who don’t want to spend a fortune on refills and shipping. Prynt solves this issue with an affordable paper plan, providing endless opportunities for users to print freely and express their creativity with ease.
“We spent over 6 months conducting user research and found that the biggest pain point for instant photography lovers is the fear of running out of paper,” said CTO and co-founder David Zhang. “With Prynt, we decided to launch a subscription paper model that makes it possible for users to print what they want and when they want – all at an affordable price.”
The unlimited paper is currently only available in the US and Europe with plans to expand worldwide in the near future. Additionally, Prynt will be releasing ZINK Mini Sticker Paper on December 4th, making it the smallest photo paper available on the market.
Prynt is the first ever instant camera case for smartphones. Just plug in your device, take a photo and voila: get a beautiful photo in your hands within seconds. Prynt is simple and doesn’t require ink, wifi, or bluetooth! Prynt is based in San Francisco, California and launched on Kickstarter in 2014. Visit Prynt.co for more information.