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3-30-2009 @ 1:53PM
As a subscriber to the premium version I wonder what benefit those of us who took it like professionals and got the premium version will get out of this move to free
3-30-2009 @ 5:00PM
I was wondering just the same thing.
3-30-2009 @ 2:05PM
The benefit of knowing you possibly helped cause the problem to begin with? =)
3-30-2009 @ 2:14PM
The knowledge that you helped support a great addon?Geez, why does everyone seem to feel they should get something special or special treatment just because they gave money to the developers of something they use? :/
3-30-2009 @ 2:15PM
I think maybe the better question is what exactly you think you're entitled to. Did you not get use of the extra features you paid for when you were paying for it?
3-30-2009 @ 2:22PM
Yeah, I certainly don't want to hear any premium subscriber complain about this. Things are always subject to change. I pay for my blizz subscription monthly on a credit card. Now, I could save money if I bought a full year, but who knows? Maybe my computer would blow and I wouldn't be able to play? Same with Carbonite. You could pay by the month, but like most, you probably paid by the year. This wasn't their idea to change. They had to. It doesn't mean anyone is due a refund. Just feel good knowing that you supported a good program, and don't feel obligated to throw a donation at them until your original subscription is up.
3-30-2009 @ 4:08PM
You'll get the benefit of Blizzard not adding this addon to the forthcoming banned list and preventing you from using it.
3-30-2009 @ 7:47PM
You could just hold off donating until your year is up? Otherwise, you could continue whining like a 7 year old girl who didn't get a pony for her birthday. That seems to be working out well for you so far.I plan on going with the former.
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