This week sees the contentious topic of subscription-based software on the table. As Windows XP will almost surely come under Microsoft's "software as a service" model, I'm wondering what kind of pricing scheme would make the service model attractive to consumers. The question for this week is as follows:
What percentage of the full retail price is reasonable for a yearly OS subscription?You've got a couple of numbers to choose from, and of course the option to balk on subscription-based model itself. Freedom of expression is just a mouse click away. Go vote!