Microsoft launches cheaper Office 365 Personal subscription
Microsoft has launched a cheaper subscription plan for Office 365 productivity suite for the people who need Microsoft Office on only one PC. This cheaper subscription is limited to two devices only: one Mac or PC and one tablet (iPad or Windows tablet).
The plan costs $6.99 a month or $69.99 for the year, which is a sweet deal. On top Microsoft is also giving away 20GB of free OneDrive online storage and sixty minutes of free Skype calls per month.
You can get you subscription online at Office365.com or you can visit your nearest Microsoft Stores. Additionally you can also buy Office 365 Personal subscription through the company’s online and retail partners.
Microsoft's premium Office suite launched on Apple's iPad last month with free Word, Powerpoint and Excel apps. These apps can only view your documents but for saving and editing your work you need a subscription to the Office 365 service. Microsoft has enjoyed 12 million Office suite downloads just in the first week of launch on Apple iPad. Microsoft is also planning to release a new version for Mac later this year.
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