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#1 Moviestorm


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Posted 16 August 2010 - 05:20 PM

We've been asked many times whether we can provide a license suitable for institutions. We've been trialling this over the last few months, and we're now in a position to offer multi-user licenses for schools, colleges, universities, youth groups and other educational establishments.

Educational licenses can include a mix of both PCs and Macs if required, and include all product upgrades. This license also includes the majority of the Moviestorm content packs (i.e. not the audio packs or After Dark). Included packs are:

- Bedroom Blog
- Cartoon World
- Coffee Shop
- Criminals
- Dark Romance
- Domestic Drama Bedrooms
- Domestic Drama Lounges
- Female Hairstyles
- Female Monster Heads
- Filters 01
- Filters 02
- Foliage
- Fun Land
- Garden Features
- General Cars
- Halloween
- Halloween 2009
- Happy Holidays
- Law And Order
- Male Hairstyles
- Metro Style
- Miami Beachfront
- Open Mic
- R&B and Dance Music Video
- Restaurant Dining
- Rock and Indie Music Video
- Sci-Fi
- Song Contest
- Special Effects
- Street Dressing
- Summer Collection 2010
- Town Buildings
- US Election 2008
- Wardrobe 1
- Wardrobe 2

Licenses are available with a huge discount over the regular consumer pricing. For more information on pricing and educational licensing, please email education@moviestorm.co.uk with your requirements.

Edited by Johnnie, October 2010
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#2 lucindamc123


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Posted 17 August 2010 - 12:20 PM

I will pass this along to my kid's schools. This is a very good deal too.

#3 neut


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Posted 19 August 2010 - 07:57 AM

I like the idea but that's me stuffed with only 10 seats in my room, plus with school budgets slashed it's going to make things very difficult to warrant a 25 seat licence within a smaller department.

Well done though guys for sorting this out. Maybe I'll be able to obtain a licence in the next few years.

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