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Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Business with FREE Camera worth £80 - £155.70 @ Ebuyer

£155.70 @ Ebuyer
Be quick - i'm sure this is a glitch. Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Business is a keycard only so you will need to download the official installer from Microsoft. THE CAMERA IS ADDED TO YOU…
Kori Sletekke Avatar
6y, 1w agoFound 6 years, 1 week ago
Be quick - i'm sure this is a glitch.

Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Business is a keycard only so you will need to download the official installer from Microsoft.

THE CAMERA IS ADDED TO YOUR BASKET AUTOMATICALLY WHEN YOU ADD THE SOFTWARE

mzzl. kori
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#2

beat me to it. But yes, buy it from here and even paying £80 for the camera you're still better off.

Voted cold
#3
Cheaper yes - but illegal (not licensed with MS) for those non-students/commercial users that use that alternative - they might as well download an illegal copy and save the £39.
#4
Its not illegal at all. It is if you are a business, but not if you are in further education or have someone in the family that is.

I have a stepdaughter at school so i can use it. Dont try scaremongering
1 Like #5
Take your time - i'm not sure this is a glitch.
#6
I paid less than a tenner from work. And quite legal too !
#7
Software4students is OK if you meet the eligibilty criteria i.e.

1. Available to School, College, University students (Parents and Guardians can purchase on behalf of school students)!

Kori Sletekke has provided useful information to forum members. There is little point purchasing software if you don't meet the End User Licence Agreement (EULA). Would you insure a car and fail to disclose accidents/endorsements?

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