IEE members can get Cheap Microsoft Software

  TomJerry 12:26 14 Mar 05

for example

Office Pro 2003, £155

Visual Pro 2003 £185

info click here

The Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE) membership info click here

The discount for only one product is worth more than membership fee

  Buchan 35 22:28 14 Mar 05

I`m not really worried, and I`m not a member.

  Stuartli 15:01 15 Mar 05

Students have similar arrangements.

  TomJerry 15:16 15 Mar 05

Only pro version has it

  Sir Radfordin 16:59 15 Mar 05

As can members of the BCS

  sunny staines 17:03 15 Mar 05


  Stuartli 17:03 15 Mar 05

I was referring to the thread title...:-)

  zarobian 18:56 15 Mar 05

TomJerry: Many thanks for the info. I should have known this before and would have saved some money. Any how it is a valuable information for future purchases. Thanks once again.

  oresome 19:38 15 Mar 05

Discounts for various groups are all very well, but is the price higher for others as a result?

  Jarvo 20:40 15 Mar 05

Student and Teachers has no access but Student select is the full monty

click here



  Stuartli 09:39 16 Mar 05


Discounts for goods and services have long been a feature available to particular groups or organisations.

Most union members, public service workers etc, for instance, can obtain special rates for a wide range of goods and services which have been negotiated on their behalf.

It's basic commercial interest by those offering the discounts - if you can attract more business by linking up with a large union, for example, even taking a smaller profit on each sale or service makes the exercise well worthwhile.

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