Office 365 Price to Increase
Microsoft has raised eyebrows by increasing the price of its Office 365 subscription service. Starting from October, Office 365 users subscribed to Home and Personal subscriptions will be hit with a $10 per year increase. If your subscription expires beyond the October 12th increase date, your next subscription will be $10 more.
Business account will remain unchanged. This price increase applies only to home users.
So, as of October 12th, we expect the following prices.
Microsoft Office Personal. Increases to $99.00 from $89.00 per year.
Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher & Access for use with One computer, One Tablet & One Phone for 12 months.
Microsoft Office Home. Increases to $119.00 from $129.00 per year.
Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher & Access for use with Five computers, Five Tablets & Five Phones for 12 months.
It’s the first time Microsoft has altered the price of its subscription packages since they launched in 2013. A Microsoft spokesperson said, "To continue to deliver the best suite of tools for working, learning and creating, we’re increasing the subscription price for Office 365."
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