Cheap Microsoft software for students - Not Spam :-P

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  1. TechAsh

    TechAsh Retired

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    If you are in School in the UK and want Office 2007 or other software cheap I recommend checking out this site:
    http://www.software4students.co.uk

    Unbelievably it is for real.
     
  2. Sharky

    Sharky Community Paragon Community Support

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    http://www.theultimatesteal.co.uk/ looks like it's open again. It's where I got Office 2007 from, and it's not just cheap for use as a student, it's a proper licence.
     
  3. TechAsh

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    It looks like that site requires a .ac email address, which is something I don't have. The site I posted doesn't require a .ac email address and is even cheaper :p
     
  4. mr kennedy

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    Sorry if this is hijacking but they also have this offer in the US. They're selling Win 7 Home Premium for only $30 if you're eligible.

    More info here:

    http://www.win741.com/
     
  5. Jesse

    Jesse Active Member

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    Pretty cool site. hehe.
    Gonna check that out.
     
  6. asoit

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    There's the same thing for Toronto students Ill post it later
     
  7. twiztedstudiez

    twiztedstudiez New Member

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    Man I'm glad my university sent me the whole suite so I didn't have to worry about trying to find it for an earthly price :p
     
  8. jtwhite

    jtwhite Community Advocate Community Support

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    How can they offer it for a price so low? Do they mass-buy licenses to get them cheaper or something?
     
  9. Grandcruiser

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    It's a promotion by Microsoft I believe. I guess Microsoft wants to help fuel students by having affordable, yet powerful software. Dreamspark is Microsoft's own hosted program. It offers a set of pretty nice software(and Windows Server operating systems).
     
  10. techmunchies

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    I wish my university did that! Though at least they provide all my engineering software free. :)
     

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