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I'm not entirely sure why it says 2009 version, but for 65 and 67 bucks that's a pretty awesome price.

Mobile me is a subscription, so I'm guessing this will work.
Whats the disk for then?

Just like apple care, why is there a disk?

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Amazon.com: MobileMe Individual (Updated 2009 Version): Software

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-063-_-Product

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That is a good price. The disc may have the Windows clients or something, who knows. Not much else that could be on the disc. With AppleCare the disc has Tech-Tool Deluxe for system diagnosis.
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That's normally the price I can find it for on Amazon...you can get it even cheaper often times on eBay.

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I've always recommended buying the boxed set from a retailer. It's always cheaper than the Apple price.

By the way, the code in the box is also good for a renewal (it'll add another year to your subscription.)
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I've always recommended buying the boxed set from a retailer. It's always cheaper than the Apple price.

By the way, the code in the box is also good for a renewal (it'll add another year to your subscription.)
Sweet, because I purchased one.

I paid retail for it online (non box, just the subscription). So I thought this was a sweet deal. LOL

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Got it in today. There is no disk, its just a pamphlet with the product key and some apple sticker.

I was able to add it to my current subscription for an additional year. wOOt

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