I would like to inform you that once you purchased Adobe CC for students (subscription for 1 year). It will be valid or active for complete 12 months. You would be able to use all the CC applications. After that, we'll renew your contract automatically unless you cancel. The price is subject to change, but we will always notify you beforehand.
If you cancel within the first 30 days, we'll give you a full refund. Otherwise, you'll be billed 50% of your remaining contract obligation. If you ever need to cancel, just call Customer Support http://www.adobe.com/support/download-install/supportinfo/
Let me know if you need more help.
So basically if I buy Adobe CC subscription plan for students for one year and during that time (even after one day after subscribing) I decided to leave studies and I won't be student anymore - my Adobe CC will still nevertheless work perfectly fine and it will be 100% legal? What matters is only that I have to be student during subscribing?
kacperel is asking if leaving an education program (and hence no longer qualifying as an EDU customer) would mean a violation of the EULA if the product remained in use.
That's exactly right Dave.
Does anyone know the answer?
AFAIK, the EULA does not require that the EDU status be valid during the 12 months period, only that it is valid, at the time of purchase.
When I try to register as student it says something like this:
The price is valid for a full 12 months. After that, we'll renew your contract automatically unless you cancel. We may verify your academic status at any time and if we find that you don't qualify, we may suspend your account. The price is subject to change, but we will always notify you beforehand."
What exactly does it mean? So they do not check my academic status directly when I purchase? They can do it, let's say - after 3 months?
They check your status at the time of purchase and any time afterwards that they want to.
I guess then that I should not choose student option if I'm not sure whether I'm going to stay in college for the next few months.
The paragraph you quoted was about a renewal which happens after 12 months. So the checking if you’re still enrolled is probably after the 12 months, during the automatic renewal period.
This "probably" worries me. Still can't find 100% sure answer for this. I won't buy until it's perfectly legal and safe for me.