Adobe Creative Suite Software Now Available Under Annual & Monthly Subscription Plans

April 12, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Adobe has launched a subscription service for their Creative Suite, targeting users who cannot afford the costs of buying the whole suite paying hefty sums. The move will help those freelancers who have just started their journey and anybody who wants to spent money more efficiently.

Adobe has put forward two subscription plans. There is an annual plan that fetches you your favorite programs for an incredibly lower cost. For example, Adobe Photoshop – which otherwise costs $699 – is available for just $35 an year.

If you are not interested in a year-long subscription, you can opt for more flexible month-to-month subscriptions, which you can stop and start at any time within a period of six months. But, it comes a little costly than the annual plan. The same Adobe Photoshop costs $49 for a monthly subscription.

During the subscription period, customers get all the updates at no additional cost. With the program, you can either opt to purchase the whole software suite from Adobe or just the individual software in the suite as per your need.

The subscription plans are available exclusively on the Adobe website. After choosing the plan, you can either download the software directly from the link you are provided or wait for the media back-up bundle they will send you within seven days.

If you already have a trial version or an old version in your system, you can just enter the serial number you get after choosing the subscription plan and start using the software with latest update. Sounds nice, right?

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