Save Upto 35% on Visual Studio 2010 with MSDN Subscription

Microsoft for a limited time offering its current Visual Studio 2008 or Visual Studio 2010 users discounts to add an MSDN subscription to VS and access all the solutions available via its developer hub."For a limited time, existing Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2010 users are eligible for 35% off of Visual Studio 2010 […]

Visual Studio 2010Microsoft for a limited time offering its current Visual Studio 2008 or Visual Studio 2010 users discounts to add an MSDN subscription to VS and access all the solutions available via its developer hub.

"For a limited time, existing Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2010 users are eligible for 35% off of Visual Studio 2010 Professional with MSDN or 15% off of Visual Studio 2010 Premium with MSDN," the software company said.

"This offer is available worldwide from October 1, 2011 through March 31, 2012 and is available only through certain Microsoft Volume Licensing programs. Contact your reseller or click on the link below to locate a reseller to learn more," the Redmond company added.

Resellers includes:

  • CDW
  • ??Dell
  • ?Insight
  • ?SoftChoice
  • ?Software House International (SHI)
  • ?Find a Local Reseller

"If you currently own Visual Studio 2008, here is a great way to upgrade to Visual Studio 2010 and get an MSDN subscription at a great price!. Or, if you own Visual Studio 2010 but don't currently have an MSDN subscription, you can now upgrade and get all the advantages of MSDN!," stated Microsoft.

Save 35% on Visual Studio 2010 with MSDN

In addition, user also required to have already subscribed to MSDN, with their subscriptions expired prior to July 1, 2011. At the same time, active Visual Studio Professional with MSDN subscription qualify users for upgrades via the Visual Studio Premium with MSDN promo.

"Attaching an MSDN subscription to Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 conveniently and cost-effectively gives you comprehensive access to the Microsoft development platform, tools, and resources to build high-quality applications for the Web, Mobile, Cloud, and Windows," Microsoft said.

Developers interested in kicking up a notch Visual Studio 2010 with MSDN, will have access to no less than 12,000 examples of technologies, support, beta releases and even Windows Azure.

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