Using my printer wireless uses one of my monthly GBs?

My wireless printer is hooked up to my router so that means when I'm scanning (IE just work offline) I'm using one of my monthly data?

Wireless printing does not mean that I use data because I have to send it to the HP printing Center before he goes to my printer? At least that's what I understood the instructions to mean - maybe I'm just confused!


For all local print jobs, it does not use data, because it runs on your home network. For ePrint (using his email address), Yes, he must use data from internet and HP servers.  Under normal conditions, it also uses the data to 'talk' with HP servers to get information such as firmware etc... but should be very little.

Kind regards.

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