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Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 and Adobe GoLive CS2 for £5.94.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 and Adobe GoLive CS2 for £5.94.

Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 and Adobe GoLive CS2 for £5.94.

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Web hosting company Strato doing an outrages promotion in celebration of their 1st year of work in UK.
1 year of any of the web hosting packages for just 1 pound.
But best of all, if you sing up for any of the packages before 31 of May you will get Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 and Adobe GoLive CS2 plus some other software absolutely free!
With delivery it will cost only £5.94! At the moment Adobe selling Photoshop Elements 5.0 and GoLive CS2 for over 450 pounds!
Allow a week for delivery of the software. I received my copies yesterday, 3 Cd's in paper sleeves with serial numbers.
An absolute steal.

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You need to give one-month's written notice (and it must be signed) or else they will bill you 12 months in advance after the cheapo £1 year....remember this!!

Original Poster

Thanks for pointing this out twinkle
Do I need to edit original post? Sorry firts deal post

Thanks for your first deal post Zheka

You can add information to your post if you want to.

Sounds to good to be true - go for the "EnterpriseWeb" deal for £1 (+vat) and get 10 top level domains (choose between .co.uk, .eu, .com, .net, .org, .info and .biz).
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Original Poster

Well it worked for me

twinkle

You need to give one-month's written notice (and it must be signed) or … You need to give one-month's written notice (and it must be signed) or else they will bill you 12 months in advance after the cheapo £1 year....remember this!!



According to the small print on the Enterprise package I just signed up for, the standard billing cycle is 3 months, so they should only bill 3 months in advance. Either way, a lot cheaper than the £30/month I was previously paying for hosting!

great package

A word of caution for those considering the hosting packages offered here - I've been emailing support for the last few days, trying to point my existing domains over to them. The only way they are able to accomodate this is if the domain is also transferred to them. They have no facility to allow you to add domains which you already own with another provider onto your service. This is the only company I've ever known who are unable to accommodate such a simple request, and one which I hadn't even considered wouldn't be an option.

Still a good deal, but be aware that the only way you'll get existing domains served from it is to either have a forward or transfer the name to them.

Hi Guys
Excuse my thickness here but it the photoshop the one that allows you to dodge and burn etc or is it only a taster package? I need it for a new career (eventually) as a portrait photographer and wondered if it was worth doing...?
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