Microsoft Office 2007 Student and Home Edition for Just N6,500!
In what seems like a super Christmas deal, Microsoft, the world’s largest software company is offering Microsoft Office 2007 Student and Home Edition at N6,500.00 for 6 weeks starting from the 15th of December.
The software which is currently available for N18,000 in some stores will only be sold at that promo price in Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya. According to Microsoft, you can walk into any store where software is legitimately sold during that period and get it at that price.
However, this version contains only Word®, Excel®, PowerPoint® and OneNote®, so no Microsoft Access and Microsoft Outlook in this promo software package.
And here comes the best part: You will be allowed to install the software on up to 3 computers legally.
Thanks to Dejo at Digital Crossings for the tip!
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