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As of April 24, 2008, setup prices for land in the Second Life world have changed to the following:
 
As of April 24, 2008, setup prices for land in the Second Life world have changed to the following:
 
  
 
* Normal Islands: USD$1000
 
* Normal Islands: USD$1000
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* Educational Islands: USD$700
 
* Educational Islands: USD$700
 
* Educational Openspaces: USD$175
 
* Educational Openspaces: USD$175
 
  
 
These prices exclude VAT.
 
These prices exclude VAT.
 
  
 
Monthly maintenance fees have not changed from their current levels.
 
Monthly maintenance fees have not changed from their current levels.
  
 
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Further discussion of these changes can be found at the [http://blog.secondlife.com/2008/04/09/details-on-the-q2-2008-island-price-change/ original post] on the Official Second Life Blog.
Further discussion of these changes can be found at the original post on the Official Second Life Blog.
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As of April 24, 2008, setup prices for land in the Second Life world have changed to the following:

  • Normal Islands: USD$1000
  • Normal Openspaces: USD$250
  • Educational Islands: USD$700
  • Educational Openspaces: USD$175

These prices exclude VAT.

Monthly maintenance fees have not changed from their current levels.

Further discussion of these changes can be found at the original post on the Official Second Life Blog.