Today Microsoft has announced that their Office 365 Personal service which will be launching this spring will be available to users for $69.99 a year or $6.99 a month.
Microsoft has designed their Office 365 Personal service for individuals, and allows one PC or Mac and one tablet to be connected to the Office 365 service.
Microsoft explained in their announcement today : “Additionally, we’ll continue to offer our Office 365 Home Premium subscription for households, but we’ll be changing the name to Office 365 Home. You’ll see this change when Office 365 Personal becomes available.
Whichever Office 365 subscription you choose, you’ll get all of the subscription benefits including 60 minutes of Skype calling per month, 20 GB of additional OneDrive storage and always be up to date with the most recent version of Office.”
Microsoft launched its Office 365 to consumers in January 2013 and allows users to access Office software on their tablet and other devices when require.
There is also a free Outlook Web Apps suite, which also lets you create the Word documents, Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations. For more information on the new Office 365 Personal announcement jump over to the Microsoft website for details.
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