Microsoft reveals low-cost Office 365 Personal
Microsoft has revealed a new, low-cost version of the Microsoft Office suite called Office 365 Personal. The new Microsoft Office 365 Office Personal subscription is available for $6.99 per month or $69.99 a year for a single user license to use Microsoft’s lending library of Microsoft Office applications, which is visible for one desktop and one table machine.
The new subscription will be launching this spring and is designed to complement the rebadged Microsoft Office 365 Home option, which has offers five desktop and five mobile licenses for $99. This version of Microsoft Office Home Premium includes 60 minutes of Skype calls per month and 20GB of Microsoft OneDrive storage space.
“We recognize that there are households of all shapes and sizes and we’re committed to delivering the right Office for everyone – whether that be one person or an entire household,” said Chris Schneider on the Office Blog.