Is Microsoft Office 2016 entitled to the 10 dollar offer?


Although you can use some Microsoft Office products for free online, you will find that many basic features are missing from web versions.

Of course you all know that the purchase of this product is quite costly unless you are eligible to benefit from a Microsoft home-based program.

Let's see who and who can access the offer:Microsoft Office 2016

How does it work:

From the page Home use program, change your location from Greece (Greece) to United States, as shown below.

As you can see, the purchase price of the same product in Greece is 13.95 euro, while in the United States the price is at 9,95 dollars.

And the offer in the United States:

You can choose between two suites: Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016 Suite (which includes Outlook, Publisher, Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote applications) or Microsoft Office Home and Business 2016 for Mac (with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook).

Once you have chosen your location, type your work or school email and click Submit. If the organization you are connected to has an Enterprise Agreement with Microsoft, one of two things will happen:

You may be granted immediate access to the discounted price and Microsoft's web application will proceed to buy the suite of your choice.

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you will need to have your activation key to validate your choice.

Here we should mention that because Microsoft asks you for this key does not mean that your company is registered. There is also the possibility that you are not entitled to the discount.

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Some of the nice of this offer are:

You can only get per employee per employee.
You pay for a temporary license that expires when and when your organization leaves the program or if you leave the organization.


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