How to get download access to Microsoft Infrastructure products including Windows Vista and Server 2008 for under £200 per year

The teething problems are now resolved. Simply browse to the TechNet Subscriptions site or telephone 0800 281 221 quoting promo code UKITPRO3 to receive a 30% discount. You'll get a year's TechNet Plus Direct subscription for £198.37 including VAT saving £85.02 off the standard price of £283.39

My promo code will work for those of you based in the UK. If you are based elsewhere then it's worth searching the blogs of other Microsoft Evangelists around the World as some of my peers have codes for their respective countries.

A 12 month TechNet Plus Direct subscription includes:

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A single user license allows a single user to access TechNet Library, evaluation software, support incidents and online benefits.
The software is fully functional - there aren't any time limitations though it's licensed for evaluation purposes only


Comments (6)

  1. Steve Lamb says:

    John> It’s the only time I’ve touted and don’t worry – I won’t do so very often at all

  2. Anonymous says:

    My earlier post titled How to get download access to Microsoft Infrastructure products including Windows

  3. Anonymous says:

    We’re running a little competition in the UK where all the team have been given promotional codes to

  4. Steve Lamb says:

    No Andrew – it’s definately 3!

  5. Andrew.Fryer says:

    Are you sure you have that code correct for the discount I thought it was UKITPRO4

  6. John A Thomson says:

    Goodness! Two Technet ads in successive days.

    Where’s that ad blocker shortcut?!?!

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