Last month, Microsoft announced Office 365 Personal subscription for users who want to get the Office Suite on one computer as well as one tablet, and costs $7 per month or $70 per year.
For those of you who were waiting for the plan to go on sale, Microsoft has made the plan available for sale, which lets you use Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher and Access on on PC/Mac and tablet.
On March 13, we revealed that a new consumer subscription offering, Office 365 Personal, would be coming this spring. Today we’re announcing that it’s available for purchase–$69.99 USD/year or $6.99 USD/month (ERP)1–online at Office365.com, at Microsoft Stores and through online and retail partners.
An Office 365 Personal subscription allows for one PC or Mac, and one tablet (including iPad) to be connected to the service, and is the best option for individuals interested in using Office 365.
Personally, the plan is excellent for users who want to use the Office Suite on one PC, and with the launch of Office for iPad, the subscription can let users unlock the full potential of the tablet version of the software.