Cubase 4 gets cheaper
Steinberg has announced an adjustment in the pricing structure for Cubase 4 and WaveLab 6.
The brand has decided to lower the prices of both products in all countries except Japan as of July 1st 2008 to €599.00*. The pricing for several upgrades to Cubase 4 has also been reduced, so that the upgrade path from Cubase Studio 4 and Cubase SL versions to Cubase 4 is now €199.00*. Upgrades to WaveLab 6 from WaveLab Studio 6 have also been lowered in price.
Customers who have recently purchased Cubase 4 at the old recommended retail price will be offered a special rebate on a future purchase.
For customers in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Austria, Switzerland and Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxemburg who recently bought Cubase 4 at the old recommended retail price, Steinberg offers a rebate of up to 50% on the purchase of the next chargeable Cubase update. To be eligible for the rebate, customers must have purchased the full retail version of Cubase 4** in one of the above countries between January 1st 2008 and June 30th 2008, and have registered their copy of Cubase 4 on MySteinberg at www.steinberg.net. If you are in this case, your receipt or proof of purchase must be sent along with your name, address, email address and MySteinberg account log-in name to receive a voucher for up to 50% off the price of the next chargeable update (the voucher is only redeemable in the Steinberg Online Store).
The address to send your proof of purchase and your email address is:
Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH
Subject: Cubase 4 Voucher
Neuer Hoeltigbaum 22-32
If you have any questions about the offer or its terms, you can contact Steinberg at email@example.com.
For customers outside the above countries, the offer to Cubase customers and the handling procedure may vary in different countries, so you can contact your regional distributor for more details.
* Please note that these suggested retail prices include 19% VAT for Germany, and may vary regionally.
** This offer does not apply to Cubase 4 versions purchased as a competitive crossgrade, upgrade or education versions, or through other promotional offers. Eligibility of all claims must be verified by Steinberg.
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