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Topic # 83876 23-May-2011 08:34
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Microsoft New Zealand is currently running a cashback program on The press release:

Until the end of June [2011], Microsoft New Zealand is offering a customer cashback deal* to any organisation that upgrades to Windows 7, Office 2010 or Windows Small Business Server 2011.
These products represent the latest technology solutions available, enabling organisations to increase business productivity, reduce costs and utilise an integrated, reliable technology solution.
Anne Taylor, Customer Marketing Manager for Microsoft New Zealand says this is a great chance for businesses thinking about upgrading, to take the plunge.
“The amount varies depending on the product purchased, but organisations could receive up to $250 cash back with this deal. It’s a great incentive to upgrade and our way of giving back to loyal customers.”


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Reply # 472763 23-May-2011 08:51
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freitasm: ... organisations could receive up to $250 cash back with this deal.

Really $250 ? I hope that is per license, otherwise it barely covers the cost of the IT guy walking downstairs to the mailroom to pick up the windows 7 DVD, let alone deploying it over the organisation. Money mouth

Edit: OK now I read linked article. $30 per license rebate for Windows 7.

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  Reply # 479397 9-Jun-2011 16:18
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We're still waiting for 5 claims that were processed and accepted for the equivalant offer they did for SBS2008; the check is in the mail............

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