GVGMall Marketplace: Cheap Windows licenses  

Windows licenses are usually expensive. For example, for an original license of Microsoft’s “Windows 10 Pro” in the official Microsoft store 305 USD payable. A cheaper alternative is the key marketplace GVGmall. Here you can save on licenses for software or games properly!

We offer 20% coupon code: BE20

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro OEM CD-KEY GLOBAL:

origin price:$ 15.32   use the code :$12.26

Office2016 Professional Plus CD Key Global:

origin price:$ 37.12   use the code :$29.70
Windows10 PRO OEM + Office2016 Professional Plus CD Keys Pack:

origin price:$66.36  use the code :$53.09

You can choose more Microsoft products from following links and get a 20% discount for all Microsoft products to use the code: BE20

https://www.gvgmall.com/software-cdkey

What makes it all interesting is that the site works really and we had the opportunity to test it with our pocket money. So, in this specific case, we use the Microsoft Windows 10 Pro OEM CD-KEY GLOBAL link.

Then we click on ” Buy Now ” or ” Buy Now” if changing the website language at the top of the screen if you need, and we are presented with the registration window – in this case, the values that are initially presented US Dollars Euros to spend. We can register on the site or, alternatively, we can use one of our Facebook, G + or WindowsLive accounts.

After you have logged in, you can proceed to the product confirmation page and click on Send Order and Input 20% discount code:BE20

Finally, go to the payment method page.

Once the payment has been made, in a matter of seconds or minutes, we are directed to the page with our newly purchased keys.

Simple and very useful. We bought an Windows Pro OEM key for 12.26$ on GVGmall, went to the official Microsoft website on this link, signed in, validated the license, downloaded and installed windows 10 pro system. Easier? Almost impossible. The price? That was very greedy!

Nicole Hicks

Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.

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