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Topic # 227490 9-Jan-2018 12:04
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I was asked today if we offered a lifetime Geekzone subscription. Never thought of that, so here it is...

 

Pay $125 (equivalent to five years at current rates) and you receive a lifetime Geekzone subscription - a lifetime of no ads on Geekzone!

 

You can pay this via PayPal or bank transfer. Contact me via PM to arrange details (bank account or PayPal account).

 

If you currently have a recurring Geekzone subscription you will have to cancel it with PayPal.





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  Reply # 1932698 9-Jan-2018 12:08
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I'd rather keep the annual sub so I know you get money every year.... :-)  





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  Reply # 1932704 9-Jan-2018 12:13
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Sounds great. Will send you a PM. What is a lifetime subscription definition? These vary around the internet.





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  Reply # 1932735 9-Jan-2018 12:26
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hairy1:

Sounds great. Will send you a PM. What is a lifetime subscription definition? These vary around the internet.



Good point. Until you die or until the username does? What an inheritance that would be!

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  Reply # 1932745 9-Jan-2018 12:40
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I could pass my username on to my kids. I can see the lawyers could make a fortune over the succession fight!




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Happy to keep paying yearly I reckon. Info and enjoyment I get from reading the forums is worth well more than the $25 the sub is.


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  Reply # 1932772 9-Jan-2018 13:09
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Balls. My sub just renewed a couple of days ago.



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  Reply # 1932802 9-Jan-2018 13:24
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Do Lifetime Subscribers get that wording in their side profile? ;)





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  Reply # 1932807 9-Jan-2018 13:33
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Looks like a good deal (especially compared with the old $60 price)! I'll need to set this up when my current one expires (not until later in the year).


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Maybe you could add a higher price "Premium Subscription" no extra benefits, just for a bit of extra status or something:)




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  Reply # 1932901 9-Jan-2018 14:56
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It appears I do. Thanks.




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