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Do they charge Australians more (Adobe charges more for FM in
continental Eurioe) or are you just saying there's a currency
conversion and the Aussie dollar is weaker than the U.S. one? If so,
move to Europe and you'll pay a smaller number ... in unitless terms
... provided MM doesn't hike the price over there.
On Fri, 08 Oct 2004 15:16:21 +1000, Nick Murray <nmurray -at- pcug -dot- org -dot- au> wrote:
> I have to say that $US299 for an upgrade (and vastly more in $AUD) is a
> little steep.
> I've seen Robodemo (1 product) priced at half the cost as MX studio 2004
> bundle (5 products). Just can't figure out THAT pricing structure.
Remember, this is online. Take everything with a mine of salt and a grin.
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