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The Power Together Campaign – FREE Vista and Office2007

November 29th, 2006 by kenlin@HK [MVP]

Read from MCT Private newsgroup, knowing that there is a chance for you to get a free copy of Microsoft Vista Business and Microsoft Office Professsional 2007 with FULL license. YES, Free and FULL license. So if you miss out the chance to be beta tester of Microsoft Connect and submitted bug(s) to get your free copy, here is another chance for you. All you have to do is complete three webcasts of Vista or/and Office from the website within 30 days of registration, then you will get one or both if you complete them both.

Don’t be too happy yet, there are some conditions,
1) You are legal residents of US and 18 years ago or older.
2) You are not participate in the Microsoft Partner Program or the MSDN.

These offers expire on 28th Feb, 2007, or while supplies last, so don’t wait and visit there for your OWN, FREE and FULL copy of Microsoft Vista Business and Microsoft Office Professional 2007.

Good Luck!

http://www.powertogether.com/

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Posted in MS News, Office 2007, Windows Vista | 8 Comments »


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8 Responses

  1. Joe Becher Says:

    I’ve been trying since last night. When I try to register it says “System Error”

  2. someone Says:

    Can anyone tell me how much is the ‘Anytime Upgrade’ from Business to Ultimate?

  3. Jonathan Mabe Says:

    Yeah, I’ve tried on multiple “liveid” accounts (mine, my wife’s, and two new ones) and each one gives me a “System Error”. I know it works however, as I got my first system error yesterday, my coworker registered successfully. It’s sorta sad because with all the people from digg.com killing it, I actually am genuinely interested in 4 of the casts.

  4. Alex Says:

    Do you know of any plans to extend this outside of the US, say Australia?

  5. Dez Says:

    Doesnt this program ask for your Social Security Number? What is the Tax Liability to the redeemer, there seems to be little guidance with this offer?

  6. Vista, Office 2007 Free Gift Offer! at Bit Sticks Says:

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  7. flcpl Says:

    There are no more free gifts, unless you have already signed up and got in on the deal.

  8. Fran Minneci Says:

    I’ll give it a try.