Remember, before you can purchase an SMA for the
next 2 years, you first need to pay the upgrade fee, from the version you are
currently using, to the latest version.
Well, using that
logic, you receive an email from JAWS every year reminding you that your SMA
is expiring, or a unexpected charge on your credit card every year. As
apposed to one charge every 2 years that is cheaper in the long run. Of course
if you don’t have to pay for it, the cost is irrelevant. Swing for the fences
and you may hit a home run out of the park.
firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Rick
Sent: February 14, 2020 1:07 PM
Subject: Re: Question regarding jaws
What would be the better of the choices
with not what is paid but what is received?
I’m not sure so don’t quote me on this. I think in
the long run it is cheaper to buy 2 updates for JAWS, rather then paying $90
per year. I think the cost for 2 updates is $160.
That depends on how far behind you
If you are on Jaws 2019 and just didn’t
have an SMA to upgrade to Jaws 2020 you should be able to buy a new SMA at
whatever the price is and it will give you Jaws 2020 and Jaws 2021 this
If you are still on Jaws 2018 you should
be able to buy a new SMA and this would entitle you to upgrade to Jaws 2019
and Jaws 2020, of course there is no need to actually install Jaws 2019, you
would go straight to Jaws 2020, but at that point your SMA is once again used
up and if you want Jaws 2021 this fall you would need to buy another SMA
either right away or at the latest by October.
If you are on anything prior to Jaws 2018
like Jaws 18 or even 17, you would have to immediately buy 2 SMA’s to even get
Alternatively, if you live in the US you
can switch to the Jaws subscription model which is I believe $90 a year, this
would entitle you to upgrade right away to Jaws 2020 no matter what version
you are on, then you continue to pay $90 each year and this will always
entitle you to install and use the latest update.
Having said all this I would highly
recommend you speak to Vispero directly at 1-727-803-8600, let them look up
your account via the Jaws serial number you have and ask what your options
They do also have a toll free number, but
I don’t currently have it handy.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of
Sent: Friday, February 14, 2020 6:37
regarding jaws SMA
Hi I have one question
If we didn't renew jaws sma then
how much price for upgrade