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Microsoft confirms rumored Windows 7 'Family Pack'

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 22 Jul 2009 14:54 User comments (9)

Microsoft confirms rumored Windows 7 'Family Pack' Earlier this month the online retailer Expercom leaked the price of the much anticipated Windows 7 Family Pack, the pack that includes three licenses for Windows 7 Home Premium.
The leak said the price would be $137 USD for the three-license pack.

Today, Microsoft confirmed the Family Pack is coming, but neglected to give a price.

If the leaked price is true, the Family Pack will be a significant discount from the standard price, which is $100 USD per license.

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9 user comments

122.7.2009 15:46

according to pcpro not in the u.k. though

we get ripped off AGAIN!

222.7.2009 17:47

And, will it be 1/2 price for pre-sale upgrade like the single licenses are?

322.7.2009 21:28

Here's hoping they discount those of us that have pre-ordered already.

422.7.2009 23:20

Heres a thought 90/140$(home/premium) a winXP/vista upgrade and 15/200(home/premium) bucks outright for 3 pc keys, then 60$ for a key by itself, MS you would print money hand over fist instead of the normal and weak anal diving of this BS....

523.7.2009 0:43

This is cool for people who pay for Operating Systems, I suppose. Linux ftw!

623.7.2009 7:33

No matter what the price will be it will be inflated regardless.

724.7.2009 1:38

3 licenses for 137 isnt bad.

824.7.2009 2:58

Of course, what this article fails to mention is that this is the "upgrade" version. This time, though, there doesn't sound like there will be too much of a difference.

91.8.2009 11:02

as may coperations use their product, they should deff. be slashing prices for the consumer.

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