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Buy a Packard Bell PC and get a €14.99 refund on a Windows 8 Upgrade

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At Packard Bell, we've always believed that technology should be simple and reliable. Which is why we are offering to refund the Upgrade cost from Windows® 7 to Windows 8 Pro via the official Microsoft Upgrade Program, on all our eligible Packard Bell Desktops, All-in-Ones and Notebooks. Full details about the official Microsoft Upgrade Program can be found at www.windowsupgradeoffer.com.

Packard Bell will refund the cost of the Windows 8 Upgrade for their qualifying PCs, for customers who buy new Windows 7 PCs from 1st October 2012 until 31st January 2013.

The promotion applies to all eligible EasyNote notebooks, imedia or ixtreme desktops and on oneTwo all-in-ones, originally purchased with Windows® 7 Home Basic, Windows Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, or Windows 7 Ultimate purchased between 1st October 2012 until 31st January 2013. A full list of models eligible for this promotion is available at http://www.packardbell.co.uk/pb/en/GB/content/windows-upgrade-offer.

End-user customers will redeem via Packard Bell sponsored fulfilment house. The online submission form for this refund will be accessible from Packard Bell's website (www.packardbell.com/windows8upgrade). The application period opens from Windows 8 General Availability date to 15th March 2013. When the submission page goes live, Packard Bell PC buyers will have to submit their contact details, the Microsoft Customer Order Number, theirPackard Bell product serial number and attach a copy (screen shot or scan for example) of their Upgrade Confirmation email from Microsoft and PC receipt of purchase.

This opportunity will be offered in the following countries: Austria, Hungary, Belgium, Israel, South Africa, Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Middle East (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait), Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, Switzerland, Finland, Norway, France, Poland, Turkey, Germany, Portugal, United Kingdom, Russia, Ukraine.

Price and currency for the cost of the Windows 8 Upgrade may vary according to countries.

About Packard Bell

Packard Bell pioneered the use of the PC in the home, taking an office tool and turning it into a friendly, indispensable feature of today's modern home. Stylish products with cool features, accessible to everyone, are the hallmarks of the brand - a unique combination that no other brand in the European market offers today. In 2008, Taiwan-based Acer Inc. acquired Packard Bell. In 2009, the Acer Group fully benefited from its multi-brand strategy, establishing itself as the second-largest PC company in the world and as the number two worldwide notebook vendor. Within the Acer Group, Packard Bell strives to design environmentally friendly products and establish a green supply chain through collaboration with suppliers.

For more information, please visit www.packardbell.com.