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higher ed What is the education discount?

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I went to the teacher site, and there is a link for Premium, though when I click on it just  takes me to the standard Premium sign up page. What is the discount for educators for the Premium account?

 

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I went to the teacher site, and there is a link for Premium, though when I click on it just  takes me to the standard Premium sign up page. What is the discount for educators for the Premium account?

 

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Please check the date of the posting (on the teacher's site) you are referring to.  IIRC, a year or two ago, there was a discount for students but it expired after three months. 

 

Evernote is free, so you can always use it the free version, if you like.

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Is there no discount for teachers/students for the Premium version?

 

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Is there no discount for teachers/students for the Premium version?

 

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There is not a standard one.  Like I said, there was briefly one that has since expired.  Unless there is a new one.  Which is why I'm suggesting you look at the date of the post that pointed you to the discount.  Unless the post was very recent, it's most likely referring to the one that has since expired.

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Is there no discount for teachers/students for the Premium version?

 

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Hi. I don't believe there is a discount, but you could always contact support (see my signature) to find out more. This page is all I could find:

http://evernote.com/teachers/get_started/faq/

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where you have pay to less amount from it's original.

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where you have pay to less amount from it's original.

Hi. Is this a question? If you take a look at the link I posted it may help.

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