Dell has officially started charging its customers to access its services, but there are a few restrictions that it says will prevent that from happening.
The Dell service tag and republic service tag are free, but customers can only use them to access services like Dropbox, Gmail, YouTube, the Dell App Store and Dell Cloud.
The republic tag is a “key point of differentiation” for Dell that you can access if you subscribe to Dell Cloud Services, Dell Cloud Business and Dell Services.
It also includes support for a limited number of third-party apps, like Microsoft Office.
The company says that it also offers a $20 credit for one-time use of the republic tags if you decide to add them to a subscription plan.
The other tags are for Dell’s other products and are only available for use in certain countries.
For example, the repos are available in the U.S. but only if you’re subscribed to the Dell Cloud Platform service.
The two free tags are important because the service tags will allow you to access Dell’s services in a number of markets and also make sure that you have access to the products you need.
For instance, Dell wants to ensure that you are able to get the most out of its apps on the new Dell Cloud PC.
“Dell Cloud is a key point of distinction between Dell and other cloud companies.
Customers will also get access to Dell’s own products and services,” the company says in its blog post.
The repos also include a “one-time fee” of $10 if you sign up for Dell Cloud Plus, a separate package of free cloud services for those that subscribe to the subscription plan but still want to access other Dell services.
The new service tags also make it easier for customers to upgrade to Dell ProPlus and get the best value out of their service, but that’s not something that will be available until March at the earliest.
Dell does not offer the new service tag in the European Union, where it’s only available to customers who have a Dell Pro or Dell E7 Pro subscription.
The company has yet to announce a date for its roll-out to other markets.
If you’re still confused about how to use the service tag or how much it costs, you can find the full list of restrictions in Dell’s blog post, but it’s worth noting that the new tag is only available in countries that Dell supports.
In other words, it won’t be available to U.K. customers unless they opt in to the service and are already subscribing to the same service tag.