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(Last Updated On: February 26, 2021)

MotiveWave’s Second Ever Updates and Support Sale Ends Monday! 

Updates and Support are never part of any of our Sale Events (as you may already know), so this is a RARE chance to get Updates and Support at a 25% discount

Our MotiveWave Updates and Support Sale ends Monday, March 1st at 11:59 pm Eastern Time.

You have the Ultimate Edition purchased license, so you would buy the Ultimate Edition Updates and Support ($221.25 during the sale)

You can see when your current updates and support expire by going to Help>About, in the software.

The optional Additional 1 Year of Updates and Support extends your access to our Support Team, and gives you access to ALL of the software updates that we release for 1 year from the date you purchase it. If you have time left on your support life, it will be added on to your existing time. See more info in our FAQs.

Remember! You can buy as many years of Updates and Support as you like and the time will just keep getting added on to your Support Life–you just need to purchase each year individually as a separate transaction.

Don’t miss out on your chance to stock up on Updates and Support at a discount!

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