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Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac Home Use Program - £8.95
Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac Home Use Program - £8.95

Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac Home Use Program - £8.95

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At last Office 2011 for Mac is now available on the Home Use Program.

You must have a valid work email address and program code from your administrator to be eligible for the Home Use Program in the United Kingdom.

Eligible staff inc
All MoD
London Underground
BT
Police
BAE Systems
Many Banks e.g. RBS, DB, BAML …

Important notes, you can order only one per email address however you can order Office 2010 and Office 2011 on the same email since they are two separate products.

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Limited to those employees (who probably should get it for free if work related). Not voting because I'm not eligible.

Damn! Just bought 2008 for my wife's Mac. Oh well, 9 quid isn't going to break the bank I suppose.

There isn't a 'list' of emplyers who are eligible, and it isn't just for big companies. Speak to your IT department and ask them about it - you might be surprised.

Hot - lots of people qualify - cheaper anywhere for official?

From the site:

You must have a valid email address and program code from your benefits … You must have a valid email address and program code from your benefits administrator and be eligible for the Home Use Program in the United States.

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You must have a valid email address and program code from your benefits … You must have a valid email address and program code from your benefits administrator and be eligible for the Home Use Program in the United States.



I think this is just a generic disclaimer, I used this exact deal for Office 2008 and just ordered this deal myself. I work for a German Bank and they are operating this scheme despite not being US based.

Ah well for me its the best legal deal for Office 2011.

Also includes NHS (downloaded version for Windows)

happybunny75

Also includes NHS (downloaded version for Windows)


Not sure it does anymore - there were some articles in the big computer mags about this in the summer....

microsoft.com/uk/…spx
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