Microsoft Quietly Cuts Number of Product License Keys from TechNet Subscribers

It turns out that last weeks, TechNet licensing bug, wasn't a bug; it's a "feature," according to Microsoft. "If you sign up for a TechNet Professional subscription you now get five product keys. If you sign up for TechNet Standard, you get two. TechNet subscribers previously got 10 product keys as part of their subscription […]

It turns out that last weeks, TechNet licensing bug, wasn't a bug; it's a "feature," according to Microsoft. "If you sign up for a TechNet Professional subscription you now get five product keys. If you sign up for TechNet Standard, you get two. TechNet subscribers previously got 10 product keys as part of their subscription price.

A TechNet Standard subscription costs $199 ($149 for an upgrade). A Professional subscription costs $349 ($249 for a renewal). For customer who want media included, the price of a TechNet subscription is $599 ($499 for a renewal). TechNet subscribers get access to Windows, Office, SharePoint, CRM, ERP and a wide range of other Microsoft software as part of the licensing fee.

Here's Microsoft spokesperson statement:

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