Tesco sells softwareTesco to take on Microsoft in its supermarkets

02 October 2006

You'll now be able to pick up own-brand computer software at Tesco along with your groceries.

Tesco has announced it will go head-to-head with computer giant Microsoft by selling software for as little as £9.97.

The range will consist of an anti-virus product, a personal finance and photo-editing product and a CD/DVD burning tool each costing £9.97, plus an internet security product and office suite for £19.97. Microsoft's office suite sells for around £300.

Internet

The software will also be sold on the internet via Tesco.com along with Tesco's own-brand computer hardware and comes with a support service available on the web.

Tesco software will be available in 100 stores nationwide this month with plans to sell it in more stores over the next year.

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