chrisredfield93 (26th May 2009)
Work paid for it. I'd never have gone down that route on my own. The Technet license I could afford, the MSDN one's a little out of my league.
As for discounts, if you do a quick google search you'll find various voucher codes popping up to offer between 20% - 40% off.
Edit: Forgot to mention, it also entitles you to two free Microsoft support calls (normally about £250 each I believe)
lol looks like nothing gets passed google lol, how much i see prices for new but not renewal any ideas roughly, I thought they would always send the latest discs out, for example u got xp With sp1 disc then send you xp with sp2
Renewal is the same price.
Basically what happens is that when you first buy you get a pack of all the discs. That's the library, training stuff, and software.
You then get a few discs sent each month with the updates. If you renew, you just keep on getting those few discs each month. If you let it expire and then buy a new one, you get the original pack sent out again with all the latest discs.
Or you can always go down the download route, which is a better option price-wise, and you can always burn your own discs.
I thought renewal would be chepaer lol, but to start again could possibly end up double or triple etc of discs,
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