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Google Earth Pro normally $400 a year. Now free.

JasonR27 8 32 January 21, 2015 at 07:41 AM in Software (5)
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https://www.google.com/earth/

Click on Pro version. They now send you a free key.
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This is so random but will come in handy so I can stalk my ex
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#3
What's special in pro version
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#4
the URL that gets shown mentions it is a free trial?
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Doesn't the free key expire after the 7 day trial period?
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Doesn't the free key expire after the 7 day trial period?
Thats what I thought too.
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Most likely google is not giving away free stuff, they want to make some $$ with their pro software
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From their site, unless something has changed.

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You can order only one free trial license.
The first time you log in to Earth Pro, your license key activates and your trial period begins. Your trial period expires 7 days later at midnight.
Your trial license limits the number of vector data and addresses you can import to 100 points. Paid subscriptions and grant licenses don't have any import limitations.
During your trial period, any images you save, print, or use in Movie Maker are stamped with a free trial version watermark.
If you don't want to buy Google Earth Pro after your trial period ends, just uninstall it. There's no need to cancel. You won't be automatically registered or billed for an annual subscription.
Unless something is new, OP may be mistaken and this is just the usual trial.
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I went ahead and tried this. Got a key - Everything looks like it is working as it should. Can't see anything about expiring in 7 days.
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so i wasted bandwidth dl this. oh well!

3. Term and Termination.
3.1 Agreement Term. Subject to Customer's payment of all due and payable Fees and compliance with this Agreement's terms, the Agreement begins on the Effective Date and will continue until the end of the last Addendum term(s) unless terminated earlier as set forth below ("Initial Term"). An Addendum's term is set forth in the respective Addendum.
3.2 Auto-Renewal. At the end of the Initial Term, and unless otherwise indicated in an Addendum, the Agreement will automatically renew for consecutive twelve month renewal terms. If a party does not want the Agreement to automatically renew, then it must provide the other party a written termination notice at least 15 days prior to the then current term's expiration date. A party's timely non-renewal notice will be effective upon the then current term's expiration. Google will invoice Customer, and Customer agrees to pay, for the renewal of Products and Services as set forth in the applicable Ordering Document. An Addendum's renewal term, if any, will be set forth in the respective Addendum.
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Last edited by BosuxRedsux January 21, 2015 at 08:07 AM
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7 day trial...nothing to see here
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5 TUs and no one has confirmed it lasts beyond 7 days???
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5 TUs and no one has confirmed it lasts beyond 7 days???
Change the date in your BIOS and see for yourself
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