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Some people have been using JAWS for nearly that long if not
more. I guess I can understand newbies getting the license rather
than the whole program, but the rest of us are better off with the
SMA, until it, too gets nixed.
Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.
~ Blaise Pascal ~
On 11/10/2018 10:57 AM, Joseph Norton
You know, I just took a calculator and
compared what it would cost for a home user who was buying
JAWS brand new, and keeping an SMA up-to-date, comparing that
to the new subscription model.
So, if you buy JAWS new, for $900, then,
you've got to pay $120 per 2 year period to keep the SMA
up-to-date. Comparing that to $90 per year, from what I can
tell, it will take about 27 years before you end up paying
more per year for the subscription than you would for keeping
an SMA up-to-date.
And, will we be using JAWS in 27 years?
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