Autodesk have just announced that anyone who’s let their Maintenance Subscription contract expire, those on current releases who didn’t purchase a subscription at the time of release, can now pull their socks up and buy or renew their sub, and Autodesk will kindly waive the late payment fee.
From 7th August 2014 through to 31st October 2014, Autodesk customers with expired Maintenance Subscription contracts that are 31 to 364 days past expiration may renew their Maintenance Subscription and Autodesk will waive the traditional late fee. The offer applies to all Autodesk products (3ds Max, Maya, AutoCAD etc), including AutoCAD LT and the Autodesk LT portfolio of products.
With Autodesk upgrades soon to be a thing of the past, this is an ideal opportunity for anyone umm-ing and ahh-ing about re-subscribing to get back in the subscription saddle, keeping up with all the latest and greatest versions of their Autodesk software, and reap all the benefits that come with a Maintenance Subscription.
Tell me more about these benefits…
Autodesk Maintenance Subscriptions are the most cost-effective way to stay current and competitive in today’s market – as a subscription customer, you’ll continue to receive enhanced value and services, including automatic upgrades to new releases, cool new features in Autodesk Service Pack releases, support, flexible licensing and access to select additional Autodesk 360 cloud services.
The fact that as of 1st February 2015, Autodesk will be discontinuing upgrade purchase options for all non-current product versions should act as a stimulus to even the tardiest of folks too. If you’re reading this and don’t currently have an Autodesk subscription, here’s what you need to do.
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By Shariff Ibrahim