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Microsoft Office 2021

Microsoft sells Office cheaply to owners of pirated copies

All the best ways to mobilize plagiarism users are well understood, Microsoft understands this well.

Microsoft may have found a solution to get its hacker users back on track. Until then, most pirated copies of Office that Microsoft discovered had to initially handle a banner. The latter, especially annoying, invited users to log in Proper activation key, To benefit from all the functions of the office suite. Surprisingly very ineffective method.

From now on, Microsoft Office Decided to take the problem backwards. Instead of intimidating fraudulent users, the company decided to provoke them … with a big discount on its offer Microsoft 365.

“Get up to 50% off. Save up to 50% off the official Microsoft 365 subscription for a limited time” – Microsoft

By clicking on this amazing message, we are finally redirected to a Official Product Page Aimed entirely at owners of plagiarized copies from Microsoft. With that explanation “Theft software exposes your computer to security threats”, The company also makes a strong argument in support of its official service: 50% Instant Discount on Purchases of Annual Microsoft 365 Subscription, In both the individual and family version. A limited offer.

Be careful though, The offer is obviously not accessible to everyone. The link to this discount seems to have been activated only from the US, as there is currently no similar page in France. In addition, this “Special Discount” Discovered by Ghack, Upstream checks whether a pirate version is actually installed on the computer involved, no doubt preventing any user from using the offer.

So Microsoft is not sure if it will convince many new customers with its offer. In particular, the company offers a permanent (crack) license to select users Switch to its Cloud Offer, Not much involved in this. Despite the explosion of cloud gaming and cloud computing offers in recent years, many internet users prefer to opt for a one-time purchase at a higher rate, but avoid subscribing to the offer.

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