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  • Nosfer@tu
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    Originally posted by Mike Anime View Post
    keep in mind if 5.0 doesnt come out for four years you will break even over paying 40 to 60 per year for updates. and seeing how long they have been (and still are) working on 4.0 it is a safe bet it will be 4 years or longer before 5.0 comes out.
    Thats a good point though.

    But a price difference for existing license owners vs new licens owners would be logical

    Originally posted by Blackbook View Post
    Yes is does suck. I'm sorry, we're all in the same boat.

    You could, pay full price and then have 2 licenses (one for vb3.8, the other for all of vb4.) that is, if you want vb4 bad enough to pay full price again.
    Yes but dont know why I would do that

    Originally posted by ra87 View Post
    They have already stated they will be knocking on 5.0's door in 18 months time. Expect it after about 2 years.
    2 years you think ?

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  • shohin
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    Originally posted by Mike Anime View Post
    ....it is a safe bet it will be 4 years or longer before 5.0 comes out.
    Wow...I sure hope you don't play the horses!!

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  • ra87
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    Originally posted by Mike Anime View Post
    keep in mind if 5.0 doesnt come out for four years you will break even over paying 40 to 60 per year for updates. and seeing how long they have been (and still are) working on 4.0 it is a safe bet it will be 4 years or longer before 5.0 comes out.
    They have already stated they will be knocking on 5.0's door in 18 months time. Expect it after about 2 years.

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  • Blackbook
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    Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
    45 $ difference.

    about 15% difference for an existing owner vs a new owner

    How lame is that
    I dont want the VB CMS I waited 2 years for it

    I just want Vb 4 and now I have to pay almost the same amount as a new user
    That SUX BIG TIME

    Yes is does suck. I'm sorry, we're all in the same boat.

    You could, pay full price and then have 2 licenses (one for vb3.8, the other for all of vb4.) that is, if you want vb4 bad enough to pay full price again.

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  • Mike Anime
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    Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
    45 $ difference.

    about 15% difference for an existing owner vs a new owner

    How lame is that
    I dont want the VB CMS I waited 2 years for it

    I just want Vb 4 and now I have to pay almost the same amount as a new user
    That SUX BIG TIME


    keep in mind if 5.0 doesnt come out for four years you will break even over paying 40 to 60 per year for updates. and seeing how long they have been (and still are) working on 4.0 it is a safe bet it will be 4 years or longer before 5.0 comes out.

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  • Nosfer@tu
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    Originally posted by Bizstudent View Post
    pay $190 to get all upgrades for the life of 4.XX or just buy a new license for $235
    45 $ difference.

    about 15% difference for an existing owner vs a new owner

    How lame is that
    I dont want the VB CMS I waited 2 years for it

    I just want Vb 4 and now I have to pay almost the same amount as a new user
    That SUX BIG TIME

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  • Bizstudent
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    pay $190 to get all upgrades for the life of 4.XX or just buy a new license for $235

    Leave a comment:


  • Nosfer@tu
    started a topic My license ran out. What now?

    My license ran out. What now?

    I have a Vb 3.8.2 forum.

    I want to be able to update to the latest 3.8.4 and maybe even VB 4 when it is released.

    What is the best way economicaly for me to do this ?
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