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In Austria and Germany, independant retailers have long bundled all kinds of crap to (overpriced) phone contracts.

My special friends at T-Mobile Austria have now taken this one step further. They teamed up with Microsoft and offer a free license of Office 2010 with a mobile internet contract.

The contract in question will run for 24 months, gives you 15GB of traffic and an USB modem for 15 Euros a In Austria and Germany, independant retailers have long bundled all kinds of crap to (overpriced) phone contracts.

My special friends at T-Mobile Austria have now taken this one step further. They teamed up with Microsoft and offer a free license of Office 2010 with a mobile internet contract.

The contract in question will run for 24 months, gives you 15GB of traffic and an USB modem for 15 Euros a month. The Home and Student license remains your property afterwards.

IMHO, Microsoft does this mainly to fight piracy – as almost all Austrian carriers charge an Euro for the GB, the margin for Redmond cant be too large…month. The Home and Student license remains your property afterwards.

IMHO, Microsoft does this mainly to fight piracy – as almost all Austrian carriers charge an Euro for the GB, the margin for Redmond cant be too large…


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