Microsoft discounts Office 365 Home and Office Home & Student 2016 in the US

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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It seems that Microsoft is now offering some good pricing on its consumer Office products. However, this is a limited-time offer and it is available only in the United States.

This sale was launched a few days ago on the Microsoft Store but there is still plenty of time left until it ends. According to Microsoft, this offer will expire on June 6, 2016 — almost 2 weeks from now.

Microsoft has reduced the price of the one-year subscription of the Office 365 Home from $99.99 to $89.99. This subscription will allow users to install the latest versions of Office on five Macs and PCs, five phones and five tablets for 12 months. The package contains the following:

– Excel
– Word
– One
– Outlook
OneNote
– Access
– Publisher
– PowerPoint
– 60 minutes of Skype calls to landline and mobile phones (per month for up to five users)
– 1TB of OneDrive Storage per user (up to five users).

If you prefer to purchase the product for good instead of paying an annual subscription fee, Microsoft reduced the price of its Office Home & Student 2016 (including the Mac Edition) from $149.99 to $119.99, so you can get the package for $30 less. The Office Home & Student 2016 (including the Mac Edition) comes with the following:

– Excel 2016
– PowerPoint 2016
– OneNote 2016
– Word 2016.

Keep in mind that this license can be used only for a SINGLE computer, not more. If you have two PCs, then you’ll need to buy another license.

Microsoft constantly works to improve its Office Suite, adding Cortana search support in Office 365 and rolling out impressive updates – which makes the Office offer even more appealing.

What are your thoughts about the new offers Microsoft unveiled for Office 365 Home and Office Home & Student 2016 in the US?

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