Mobile phone network 3 today said it will offer its mobile broadband customers a copy of Microsoft Office Home & Student 2007 for a penny less than £60. Microsoft's RRP for Office Home & Student is £100, but the software suite is widely available for a lot less than that - around the £60 price that 3 is charging, in fact, so it' …
So, a disincentive then? I wonder how this will play.
In addition to Open Office, might I also suggest iPhone Modem. It lets you use your iPhone as a 3G wireless dongle. Any monies saved can be put towards renting an actual office instead of buying an inferior Microsoft version of an office.
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