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Topic # 106580 26-Jul-2012 19:32 Send private message

I was reading an article today that said if you wanted to pay $39.99 you could download an upgrade for Windows 8 as long as you were running XP, Vista or 7.

Does anyone know if that is $39.99NZ or US dollars? 


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  Reply # 662584 26-Jul-2012 19:33 Send private message

That is $USD. It will most likely be NZD$49.99 for us.




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  Reply # 662605 26-Jul-2012 20:03 Send private message

correct thats the USD price, a shame the newspaper reprint doesn't mention that

no announcement has been made on the NZD pricing yet sorry

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  Reply # 662607 26-Jul-2012 20:10 Send private message

Moved to correct forum. A discussion about this already existed.

please use the search functionality to see if the topic is not already being discussed. There's a search box in every page now.




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