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    Hey guys,

    I've been trying to get in contact with Trolltech for the last week and a half. I am interested in getting a commercial license, however I want to obviously know how much it costs.

    I have tried sending requests to them via the webform 3 times but still no response.

    Can somebody fill me in on what the commercial license cost is (1 seat), and is the renewal cheaper and if so how much that is?

    Also if there is a better way to contact Trolltech directly via email contact that would help!

    Thanks

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    Well... I can't give you exact prices as they change but I can tell you it depends how many platforms you want to develop on and which modules from Qt you want. What I can tell you is that renewal of the licence is much cheaper than buying a new one. Try contacting Qt Software dept. via mail - sales <at> you know the rest..

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    Wow, I was quite a bit of on my guess of how much a commercial license is. Around $3300 for a single user, single platform desktop license.

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    The price is not astonishing compared to what you get in return.

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