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mIRC $10 50% off.

Chai 3,348 April 9, 2013 at 09:07 PM in Software (2)
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Just thought i'd put this here incase someone wanted to buy the popular mIRC client, there is a coupon code for 50% off the normal $20 making it $10. There hasn't been a recent thread for it so this is just for whoever wanted to buy it and wasn't aware there is a discount code.

http://www.mirc.com/register.php?...-SWV0-MNKL

Coupon Code: MIRC-SWV0-MNKL

Found it on google.

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#16
I need a BBS Client Chat now lol
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Quote from parasitius View Post :
Can't believe people are down voting. Unless you an utter hypocrite, you'll also need to download all DVD/Blu-ray threads and say "oh ho ho I thought these were free on Pirate Bay"
that is probably the WORST analogy i've ever heard... mIRC was always free back in the day, and there are many other alternatives available for free right now. no reason to pay for this, no reason at all.

wow...
just wow...
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I use it back in college days.

Now I use it on my smartphone.
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Quote from psyctto View Post :
that is probably the WORST analogy i've ever heard... mIRC was always free back in the day, and there are many other alternatives available for free right now. no reason to pay for this, no reason at all.

wow...
just wow...
It was always free back in the day because your eyes skipped over the legalese and you just kept clicking "OK". In fact, it was ALWAYS shareware. Yeah, 90% of people did use most shareware for years or decades beyond the legally allowed "30 day trial" (which most programs wrote in legal terms but did not attempt to programmatically enforce) ...

But in fact, the premise was always: you use this, you love it, you need to pay us for our hard work. This was before the days of open source - and the idea of truly free software.

If you don't like my analog here is a better one: there was a guy who started a bagel company based on the honor system. Each day he'd delivery bagels to a TON of companies' offices, and payment for each bagel was always done on the honor system by the person who ate it leaving $ in the cash box. He based his business model on the % of honest he could count on (which was no where near `100% but still sufficient)
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