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Microsoft Charity Open Licensing

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  • Skip Ferry
    Charity Open Licensing is a new program that, unlike the CompuMentor or Gifts in Kind channels, deals exclusively in volume licensing (starting at five) and is
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 1 6:10 AM
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      Charity Open Licensing is a new program that, unlike the CompuMentor or
      Gifts in Kind channels, deals exclusively in volume licensing (starting at
      five) and is available through any of three dozen or so leading Microsoft
      resellers. Charity pricing is available for nearly every Microsoft product.

      For small quantities, CompuMentor or Gifts In Kind might still be a better
      deal. It pays to shop around.

      Complete info at
      http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/programs/open/opencharity.asp
    • Anna Gierowski
      Skip is right it does pay to shop around. Microsoft s website lists the 30 companys that are authorized to provide charity pricing. You can find the list
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 4 9:33 AM
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        Skip is right it does pay to shop around. Microsoft's website lists the 30
        companys that are authorized to provide charity pricing. You can find the
        list throught the same URL listed in Skip's post.

        Anna Gierowski
        Director Internet Marketing
        CCB, Inc.
        800-342-4222 ext. 123
        www.ccbnonprofits.com
        anna@...


        At 09:10 AM 2/1/02 -0500, you wrote:
        >Charity Open Licensing is a new program that, unlike the CompuMentor or
        >Gifts in Kind channels, deals exclusively in volume licensing (starting at
        >five) and is available through any of three dozen or so leading Microsoft
        >resellers. Charity pricing is available for nearly every Microsoft product.
        >
        >For small quantities, CompuMentor or Gifts In Kind might still be a better
        >deal. It pays to shop around.
        >
        >Complete info at
        >http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/programs/open/opencharity.asp
        >
        >
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