Teacher Discount (UK)

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Mapson, Oct 23, 2006.

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  1. Mapson

    Mapson Registered Member

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    I've recommended NOD32 to many of my students and wondered if there is a similar discount for home computers of teachers working at UK schools/colleges?
     
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  2. webyourbusiness

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    I would contact either the uk distributor - or a reseller and see if that's the case. I don't see why not...
     
  3. Mapson

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    webyourbusiness, thanks for the reply. I contacted NOD32UK a few days ago but have yet to recieve a reply :/

    I'm considering a 3 year licence if there are any UK resellers on this board that can be of assistance. I can forward as evidence of being a teacher:

    * Scan of my college staff card
    * Email from my college email address.
     
  4. pc-support

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    Hi there,

    I am a UK based reseller.

    Yes, you are entitiled to an educational licence. 3 year licence is £23 per machine.

    Email me:

    info AT pc HYPHEN support DOT uk DOT com

    for further details and to place an order.
     
  5. Mapson

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    Thanks everyone, a few minutes after posting my second message I was contacted by a UK reseller and now have NOD32 after providing evidence of teacher status.
     
  6. nonmirecordo

    nonmirecordo Registered Member

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    Why?

    With the greatest respect, UK teachers are very well paid and can well afford the relatively low cost of a licence if it's for personal use.

    If you are basing your request on the number of recommendations you've made then join the queue :D
     
  7. Brian N

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    Somehow I can't see the logic in this either.. All about location I guess :)
     
  8. Blackcat

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    LOL :p :blink: Compared to?
     
  9. lodore

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    I think nonmirecordo is saying that students need discounts because odvisaly they dont have much money. but teachers have quite alot of money so should have to pay normal price for nod32 like everyone else. they have a decent payed job so why should they get a discount?
     
  10. Brian N

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    Bingo! .. I can fully understand that a student needs a discount because they are pretty much broke (been there myself), but a teacher that collects a full month salary and still needs a discount? .. That's beyond me... Why not do the same for engineers then? We make the cars that you drive ... The sink that you use ... Basically, we make life easier for the entire world ...
     
  11. alglove

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    Teachers in the UK are well paid? Wow, that is a switch from the US, where they are certainly not well paid. Maybe that is why many educational discounts apply to teachers, as well. Besides, they have a chance to shape the young minds of tomorrow. Muwahahahahaaaa!!! :shifty:

    Hey, as long as the discount is available, why not take it? :thumb:
     
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