New Microsoft Plan To Help Students Collect Sources for New PC or Tablet

Starting from today, June 4, when with many students are planning their new schools, like always, Windows is there again to extend help to you to fund your educational goals. Now, it is there to help you to collect funding and resources to purchase a new, latest and highly suitable Windows PC or Tablet for your educational plan or school.

Winodws Chip In Program For New PC or Tablet

And yes, Microsoft is there to help you again, like always, for your service on way to school. If you have a valid educational email (email with .edu extension), you can collect your funds with the help of Windows to choose and purchase the PC or tablet of your choice from the Microsoft Store catalogue of devices.

Windows Chip in

To help you to start, Windows will ‘chip in’ the first 10% of the initial cost of the your chosen PC or tablet and it would be done via a discount to your overall cost. The PCs included will reflect the 10% discount already provided to you. At the finalization of the funds compilation of the cost of PC or tablet, the Office 365 University will be added to the package still at no additional charge in addition to free shipping, handling or tax for the students.

Winodws Chip In Program For New PC or Tablet
Winodws Chip In Program For New PC or Tablet

How to Get it Done?

Winodws Chip In Program For New PC or Tablet
Winodws Chip In Program For New PC or Tablet


  • Here select the PC you want to get funding for
  • It is time to create an account here
  • Then extend your request to the friends and family members to ‘chip In’
  • When the funding is complete, you will receive a code for a brand new Windows PC or Tablet along with an Office 365 University package yet FREE.


  • This program is valid from June 4 to September 1, 2013.
  • Microsoft Office 365 University will be available to the first 10,000 eligible participants of the program to fund their PC goal through this offer, fully.
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  • Click for FAQs:  FAQ

Source: Windows Experience Blog

Images: Windows Chip In