Hewlett Packard (HP) is pulling the plug on its web-based photo sharing and photo printing service Snapfish in India and three other countries - Belgium, The Netherlands and Spain. As per a note on the website, Snapfish says that it is pulling the plug to focus on its core markets and has directed all users to complete any saved projects and place their respective orders on Snapfish by September 16, 2013, following which HP will be shutting down the service. This shutdown was first reported by NextBigWhat. As per the note, all orders placed before September 16, 2013 will apparently be processed and delivered as usual. Its also worth noting that Snapfish is only shutting down the local websites in the above mentioned markets on September 16. Therefore, while users will still no longer have access to their projects or use their promotional credits and gift certificates…
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