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3 issues of Personal Computer World DVD Edition for £1.00 with Free 26 Piece Toolkit

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Subscribe to Personal Computer World DVD Edition at 3 issues for £1 and receive a Free 26 Piece Toolkit worth £9.99 Subscription Term: Quarterly Direct Debit at £9.50 + FREE Toolkit, 1st three issues… Read More
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Subscribe to Personal Computer World DVD Edition at 3 issues for £1 and receive a Free 26 Piece Toolkit worth £9.99

Subscription Term: Quarterly Direct Debit at £9.50 + FREE Toolkit, 1st three issues at £1.00

Make sure you're the first to know all the latest IT news and breakthrough developments. Every issue includes: news, features, latest product launches, hardware and software reviews, group tests, hands-on advice and more. PLUS there's a cover DVD-ROM with every issue packed with gigabytes of the very best in full program software trial versions, editorial content and much more.

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#1
Decent magazine but I really wish it were easier to subscribe to the CD versions of magazines... I rarely want the content of the CD/DVD as I have more than enough by way of software.

Anyway, time to stop before I get into a rant :)
#2
I can't see the terms and conditions. Is this one where you can cancel after three issues if you don't want to continue?

And I agree with Diodorus-siculus. In these days of broadband you can download the demos you want from other sources.
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Diodorus-siculus
Decent magazine but I really wish it were easier to subscribe to the CD versions of magazines... I rarely want the content of the CD/DVD as I have more than enough by way of software.

Anyway, time to stop before I get into a rant :)


So your complaining that the magazine gives you too much software? Just ignore it. Is that not just an easy idea? Or is it just me?
#4
So your complaining that the magazine gives you too much software?


I'm not complaining about the amount of software; I'm complaining about having to pay a premium of two pounds for a DVD version of a magazine :)

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