Microsoft announces new Surface warranty program for schools
In response to the popularity of its Surface products in education, Microsoft has announced a new dedicated Surface warranty program for schools and other educational institutions. Called "Surface Complete for Education," the program is meant to be flexible and comprehensive enough to make deploying and managing Surface devices in an education environment much easier.
According to Microsoft, the new warranty program will be available in the U.S. starting tomorrow, September 15. As for other markets, the program is set to expand internationally starting on September 30.
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By Jez Corden
That's exactly how Google won the mobile phone sector.
Strategy is working perfectly:
Offer the software for free so the final product (Chromebook) can be very cheap in comparison to others.
Of course Surface with W10 is far superior package. Very frustrating to watch Microsoft incompetence.