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Windows 7 home premium or professional for any students only £30 @ Microsoft
Windows 7 home premium or professional for any students only £30 @ Microsoft

Windows 7 home premium or professional for any students only £30 @ Microsoft

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Windows 7 home premium or professional for any students only £30! Just have to have a university/school/college e-mail adress. For some reason the link to the deal doesn't work so the link is microsoft.com/uk/…spx . All you need is a school/univeristy/college e-mail adress.

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Actual link to £30 comes up £79.99 for me?

This has been posted before, but its a good deal nevertheless

cant find £30 deal can you point me the right direction. Also does anyone know if children count as students as I want this for my 11 year olds laptop, how do you prove being a student?

There you go.

microsoft.com/stu…spx

You need an .ac email account to get it.

Thanks Steve . Great deal but all mine are at primary school anyone know how to get it for primary school kids?

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Use their e-mail adress as prof

if anyone cant get a student email software3students.com are doing windows 7 pro for just under £37 deal!

what about students doing an open university course?

phildenholm;7181665

if anyone cant get a student email software3students.com are doing … if anyone cant get a student email software3students.com are doing windows 7 pro for just under £37 deal!



lol, software4students not software3students

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i cant rate it hot, many universities offer this to students and staff for free or cost of the media.... if you are a university student it is cheaper to check if your university has the msdnaa or a site licence which means you could buy it from the IS department or from the campus store..

ascen;7182266

i cant rate it hot, many universities offer this to students and staff … i cant rate it hot, many universities offer this to students and staff for free or cost of the media.... if you are a university student it is cheaper to check if your university has the msdnaa or a site licence which means you could buy it from the IS department or from the campus store..



At the Uni that I'm studying at the MSDNAA stuff is only available to students in the Computer Science faculty - nobody else gets it.

Kiltox;7182432

At the Uni that I'm studying at the MSDNAA stuff is only available to … At the Uni that I'm studying at the MSDNAA stuff is only available to students in the Computer Science faculty - nobody else gets it.



msdnaa is only one way that a university can give you access to ms software, there are site licences and more. in truth as a uni student you shouldnt ever need to pay more than £10 for windows, and maybe £15 for msoffice.

your uni probably has a site license or another discount scheme at least. the trick is finding the right person to ask there - and i used to be that right person in one of my old jobs

memnoch1976;7181996

what about students doing an open university course?



Yes a .open.ac.uk account is fine for this deal. You just need to be able to access your .ac.uk email account and click on the url link.
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