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News   News : Amiga Future issue 100 now released
   posted by AndreasM on 11-Jan-2013 9:30:11 (2373 reads)
So it looks like the world didn't end on December 21st. Despite all those doubts we sent all our print data right on time to our printer service and so now we are able to deliver to you, hot off the press our collectible issue # 100.

Read more...


The English and German printed magazine Amiga Future - issue 100 (January/February 2013) has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock our magazine.

This issue 100 is the FIRST issue with THREE numbers on the Cover.

>From issue 94 the Amiga Future magazines have been printed in FULL COLOUR.

Mag Content:

Interview Gerhard Bauer
Amiga Future making of
AmigaOS 4 Update 6

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectible copy ordered today, before they are sold out.

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found on the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.

Information: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=article&k=4340
Orders: http://www.amigashop.org


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Re: Amiga Future issue 100 now released
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Looking forward to seeing Icaros 1.5 advert in it


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I just bought my copy.

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@clusteruk

Did you ever get in touch with MicroMart about the iMica?

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If You make a working thing Please change the stupid "Cat" avatar as it annoys.

Mine too but I don't make any money from this;)

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Congratulations to all involved into these 100 issues :)


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I like Cat avatar


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well done! , i hope for a 100 more


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Congratulations!

May there be many more milestone moments like this!

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to a hundered more issues guys


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thanks


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Congratulations from me too!

Here's to another 100 issues. Let's make Amiga Future the longest running commercial Amiga magazine.

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128 more issues!


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6 € just for sending to Spain? from Germany? Sorry but I know how much it REALLY cost (and it's no secret). One lost customer.

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> 6 ¤ just for sending to Spain? from Germany? Sorry but I know how much it REALLY cost (and it's no secret). One lost customer.

2,- Euro PayPal Fee
(you can use every time another pay-way without paypal costs)


4,- Euro Postage

4, Euro Postage
- 19% Vat
= 3,36
- 0 (costs for Package, Adresssticker, transfer to postoffice... i say 0, dont have the time to look how many cost this in detail)
= 3,36
- 75 Cent BankAccount Costs
= 2,61 Euro

A Stamp for a Letter to Spain Cost 3,45 Euro

NOW YOU...


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Happy jubilee!

And:

Quote:
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= 2,61 Euro
A Stamp for a Letter to Spain Cost 3,45 Euro
NOW YOU...

Well done, hehehe


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yeah yeah... BULLSHIT !!!!!

You have to pay either to paypal, or to your bank, not both

http://www.uniquemagazines.co.uk/stores/foreignmagazines/category-426/german-magazines-foreignmagazines

38 GERMAN magazines to select from. Price for sending to Spain: less than 2 €

I can understand you manage smaller numbers, so it can be more expensive, but... triple?? no sir. Never seen before.

Last edited by vision on 15-Jan-2013 at 01:08 PM.

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nice when they sending here products under 2,- Euro. what have they do with us?

btw. the shop what you mean send the mags from the UK to spain and not from germany to spain.

here the official pricelist for single letters from the german post office:

http://www.deutschepost.de/mlm.nf/dpag/briefe_ins_ausland/brief/index.html

"groß", 1-500 gr 3,45 Euro (without vat)

when we use the special contact what we have with the post office then we pay

at first 1.000 Euro for 1 year

and then

for every Letter 0,70 Euro + 1 KG 6,- Euro + 19% Vat
+ 0,75 Euro for Bank Account for every incoming money + vat
+ transport to the post office

we cant it make cheaper as 4 Euro.


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