Yearly subscription: too good to be true?

Occasionally I get e-mails from readers that can’t believe my description of yearly webinar subscription is correct. A few days ago I got this set of questions:

If I pay the $199.00 does that mean I have access to ALL of your webinars?

Absolutely, all sixteen of them (with new ones being added every two or three months). And don’t forget you also get unlimited access to all live webinars.

Do I have to watch them within a fixed time? Do they expire?

They don’t expire, but you can only watch them as long as your subscription is valid (a year after you purchase it). However, you can watch the recordings of live webinars you’ve attended indefinitely (regardless of the subscription expiry date).

Do you provide additional references and material for further investigation after your webinars?

Numerous webinars have tons of related router configurations; the Data Center one has a long recommended reading list. You can check the detailed contents of all webinars.

Last but definitely not least, if you’re regretting you haven’t followed the “it’s better to buy the subscription” recommendations like this one, there’s always the upgrade path.

2 comments:

  1. I saw this the other day and was thinking this exact thing.

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  2. Terry Pattinson06 May, 2011 14:44

    I saw the offer, took it and have only attended the first session (DCI - which was brilliant). I already feel like I got $200 worth, before doing the other sessions or listening to the canned ones.

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Ivan Pepelnjak, CCIE#1354, is the chief technology advisor for NIL Data Communications. He has been designing and implementing large-scale data communications networks as well as teaching and writing books about advanced technologies since 1990. See his full profile, contact him or follow @ioshints on Twitter.