[Nfbmo] 200 reasons not to purchase an SM A!

Bryan Schulz b.schulz at sbcglobal.net
Sat Apr 18 19:16:54 UTC 2009

keep in mind you will not have speech unless you keep a second instance of 
internet explorer or firefox running at all times.

Bryan Schulz
The BEST Solution

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Fred" <goodfolks at charter.net>
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Subject: [Nfbmo] 200 reasons not to purchase an SM A!

> Serotek is a growing company which has provided free software to students 
> in grades k-12. In this post, they offer a tremendous savings for new 
> customers.
> Now through April 30, Serotek is offering $200 off System Access
> Mobile(tm) for anyone whose software maintenance agreement has lapsed,
> or who is not entitled to any additional upgrades with their SMA for
> Jaws(r) for Windows(r) or Window-Eyes(tm).  Break away from the tyranny
> of price gouging for trivial updates. For just $299, purchase System
> Access for two computers that you can change at any time, p lus one
> license for a U3 Smart Drive that you can use to make any computer come
> alive with speech, Braille,  and screen magnification. And with free
> upgrades for life, this will be the last money you will need to spend
> for regularly-updated and innovative screen reading and magnification.
> Are you wondering just how cost effective this decision would be for
> you? Let's take a look at cases where an individual owns the latest
> software version of their screen reader, noting that an upgrade path
> would be even more expensive for those who are behind on their upgrades.
> You could choose to purchase a software maintenance agreement for JAWS
> 10.0 standard edition
> <http://www.freedomscientific.com/products/fs/jaws-product-page.asp>
> for $180, entitling you to two software upgrades, at which point another
> SMA purchase would be necessary. You could choose to purchase a software
> maintenance agreement for WindowEyes 7. 1 standard edition
> <http://www.gwmicro.com/Window-Eyes/
>>  for $299, entitling you to three
> software upgrades at which point another software maintenance agreement
> purchase would be necessary. Or, you could just provide your serial
> number as proof that your SMA is past due, and System Access for two
> computers and one U3-enabled USB license is yours for only $299, that's
> $200 off the regular price of $499.
> To get started, simply visit the "my account" section of an existing
> SAMNet account. You can do this by opening the System Access menu with
> modifier+f and choosing the "My account" option, or by choosing option
> 16 from the SA Mobile Network Home screen. If you do not yet have an
> account with Serotek, you may create one by visiting
> www.satogo.com
> <http://www.satogo.com/
>>  and choosing the "create new account" option.
> Once you have logged in and accessed the "my account" option, choose
> "buy more products and services" and follow the prompts in the buy
> wizard.
> You can also receive assistance from a Serotek sales representative by
> calling (612) 246-4818.
> The Serotek Team
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