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Jul 18 2013, 10:17am CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
Hooray. Good news for all Xbox lovers but not for the US gamers. Microsoft has used its cloud-based Office 365 Suite by gaining full advantage from it. By attaching a free year’s worth of Xbox Live Gold service along with it, the package is up for grabs. The deal is a limited time offer that will expire after September 28. So there is still some time before you can kiss the lucrative benefits of the transaction goodbye. You get to sign in and collect your Xbox Live code which is specifically your personal property from that point onwards. While the service is unavailable in the home of the Internet, the USA, it is viable in 38 countries including Asia, Europe, Canada, Australia and many more.
Besides a recent tempting offer of two games a month, this limited time offer is as tantalizing as it gets. What more can you ask for? The launch of this new deal has the computer nerds, geeks and freaks in a feeding frenzy. And while it is sad that the US is exempt from this technological blessing, it may not be long before it too gets to be a member of this lucky club. The Office 365 Suite includes many wonderful apps such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. It had over one million subscriptions recently thereby topping the score for Microsoft. The high tech giant has a lot to be thankful for. Besides being one of the three large search engines on the Internet, Yahoo and Google being the other two, Microsoft has a super-genius like Bill Gates to oversee its progress and future success.
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