Microsoft Office 2010 for Home/Business license key only, £134.99 delivered @ Comet (3% quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Open Office is free for any use. Microsoft Office is ~£40 for home educational use eg
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/microsoft-office-2010-professional-/710183

However, for business use, Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010 costs ~£153 at Amazon or Ebuyer, for just the license key or ~£178 if you want the DVD. To get a license for the same version of Office with a new Dell is ~ £163.

I have enough disks already, but I need an extra license for a new computer. You could also use the license key if you buy a computer which comes with a trial copy of Office.

If you log onto http://www.quidco.com and then log on at Comet, you get a 10% discount voucher for office software, as well as 3% cashback (which will bring it down to £130.94).

Delivery is free, to get it by Monday 15th. You can get it sooner than that if you pay for delivery. You can also collect it from a Comet shop tomorrow,and that is free too.
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#1
So glad I only had to pay £9 for my license key + download...

Even at this deals price, it's waaaaay too expensive.

Edited By: jukkie on Nov 06, 2010 03:08: .
#3


Yes. You can get it for ~ £40. I have that on my computer at home. However, that is only licensed for home use.

If you are going to use it for business stuff, if you don't pay for a business license, you might as well just download from a torrent site, and get it for nothing. Spending £40 on a license that doesn't cover what you are going to use it for doesn't help.

For this version of the software, this deal is £22 cheaper than I can find it from anywhere else. It is still £131, but its £131 of my employer's money, rather than £153.
#4
Give up, most people on here just don't get that is actually a good idea to pay for some things legally and are probably not aware that Microsoft can and do take action against parties using its software contrary to the terms of the licence for business use. This is not the same thing as the £40 home use deal but as you said but it must have fallen on deaf (and possibly dumb) ears.
#5
So do you actually get anything more with a Business Licence?

or is it just a nice startup screen to remind you that you paid £90 more?
#6
Some ppl just don't get.
Business phones calls are different to personal phone calls and line rental
Business electricity is priced differently to home
personal council tax is different to business rates
etc
#7
NeonKnightz
So do you actually get anything more with a Business Licence?

or is it just a nice startup screen to remind you that you paid £90 more?


There is a massive difference when you get scrutinized by controllers,the fine will be much higher than the £90.

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