fanning wrote:I use the Office 365 for 2 years now ( as a home user ). The moment you download your version you get the option in what language you download it. Now you get 1TB of Onedrive on each of the 5 accounts you can create. Now my kid goes to highschool, so he got a PC for christmas, on which another version of Office 365 is installed without problems. I bought the (legal) 5PC version for around S/. 175 in Compuplaza. But this year they seem to be more expensive and I bought one in Ripley for S/. 200 including a one year subscription for an antivirus.
Thanks, Fanning. That's one of the things I wanted to know, if buying a Spanish version in Ripley/Saga was any different to downloading it in English from Microsoft.
200 soles doesn't seem so bad, as there is a price premium for downloading it in English from the US and the UK, which seemed a bit unfair, as this is not a physical product with shipping costs, yet it's cheaper to buy it in a little box here in Lima, which does have shipping costs, than it is to download a US ($99 per year, or about 300 soles) or UK copy (£79 per year, or about 360 soles). http://products.office.com/en-US/office-365-homehttp://products.office.com/en-GB/office-365-home
Also downloading it from Amazon is cheaper than going to Microsoft's US or UK websites, even though Amazon just redirect you there. Weird pricing strategy. I suppose Microsoft know that most consumers will presume it's cheaper going directly to their site rather than elsewhere and not bother to check.