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Microsoft Technet 30% Discount
TiT
Brisbane, Queensland
5077 posts
Voucher code: AUONLY30

It should work for new and renewal subscriptions at both Standard and Professional levels.

New subscriptions:
$236 - discounted from $337 - TechNet Standard
$433 - discounted from $618 - TechNet Professional

Renewal subsciptions:
$182 - discounted from $260 - TechNet Standard
$306 - discounted from $437 - TechNet Professional

Comparison of versions can be found here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-au/subscriptions/buy/hh442910.aspx
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IVY_MiKe
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
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Cheers for the post TiT

Word on the street is you can source subs from Amazon for cheaper, but I *think* you may need a proxy shipping service too.

I jumped in with a Technet account last year and I think I'll renew to a 'pro' account. The standard one is fairly useless for testing/dev as it doesn't include any 'enterprise' editions of MS Software.
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TicMan
Melbourne, Victoria
8158 posts
That's is smashingly cheap.
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HERMITech
Brisbane, Queensland
7952 posts
Comparison of versions can be found here link is broken
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TiT
Brisbane, Queensland
5078 posts
thats because for some reason it doesnt put the : in "https://"
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TicMan
Melbourne, Victoria
8159 posts
Put your own link in using <a> tags
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skythra
Brisbane, Queensland
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