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Computeractive 3 Issues For 3p @ Magazine Group
Computeractive 3 Issues For 3p @ Magazine Group

Computeractive 3 Issues For 3p @ Magazine Group

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Subscribe to Computeractive and save up to 99% ! * Direct Debit - 3 issues for £0.03 followed by £13.97 every 13 issues.

Computeractive is the UK's best-selling home PC magazine, designed to help you enjoy your computing and home technology hassle free. Each issue is packed with step-by-step guides, technology news, reviews and plenty of free downloads. You'll get straightforward, expert, plain-English advice on everything from preventing your PC from crashing to buying computer accessories and installing software.



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Those who want to keep their home PC running smoothly at all times should subscribe to Computeractive magazine. Everyone knows there are times when computers do not want to cooperate and this can be a frustrating problem if there are important tasks to be done.

However, a Computeractive magazine subscription could mean this is a thing of the past, as it gives readers easy-to-understand advice on keeping machines ticking over nicely. This is the best-selling home PC publication in the UK and it offers a mix of news, reviews and free downloads.

Step-by-step guides mean it is easy for anyone to follow the expert advice, which is delivered in simple language, not complicated technical jargon that leaves readers more confused than ever. It is even approved by the Plain English Campaign.

Whether it is installing new software, connecting up digital cameras or ridding a machine of viruses that cause it to crash, a Computeractive subscription offers all the help people could possibly need. Get a subscription by adding to your basket.

5 Comments

Original Poster

Tis a decent magazine been taking it since issue no 1.

When can the contract be cancelled? This is key for me, as otherwise the 3 issues @3p and £13.97 each 3 months would deter me, if it was for a long minimum contract period.

Original Poster

I dno, send them a email or check the t n c 's.

I have done this a number of times. After the first payment is taken, cancel with them email quoting the information they have sent you in an email regarding subcription numvber etc. You could also cancel the direct debit with your bank as well.
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