Microsoft Just Made Office 365 Cheaper for You and 1.2B Others

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Microsoft Office 365 subscribers are about to get more bang for their buck as the software now allows its subscribers to lean into the service for increased productivity.

Microsoft announced major changes to its Office 365 Home and Personal subscription plans that will certainly delight the 1.2 billion Office subscribers and undoubtedly attract new customers because soon, the days of a limited number of device installs will be gone.

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Previously, Microsoft limited Home subscribers to 10 devices across five users and Personal subscribers were limited to one PC or Mac and one tablet. Recognizing that it’s commonplace for users to have multiple tech devices and that shared connectivity is important for households, starting on Oct. 2, subscribers can install Office on an unlimited number of devices — and users can be signed into their accounts on up to five of those devices at the same time, the company stated in a blog post.

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Microsoft also made a big move in making its software more cost-effective and valuable for its users as the tech giant increased the number of licenses in a Home subscription from five to six but maintained the cost of the annual service fee at $99.99 per year.

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Subscribers benefit from the suite of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote, and PC users will be able to use Publisher and Access. Rolled into the plans is one hour of Skype time and 1 TB of storage on OneDrive, Microsoft’s cloud storage.

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