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Microsoft has announced a new Office 365 personal for households which could be used by one person or an entire family.
The good news is that it would come at a lesser price than what you pay for office 365 Home Premium. The company is charging $6.99 per month, or $69.99 annually, for the individual subscription.
The Office 365 Personal subscription allows access to Office apps on one PC or Mac computer, and one tablet. To put it simply, Office 365 Home premium is a $99 annual subscription package ($9.99 monthly) and gives online access on up to five PC or Mac computers.
While Microsoft will continue to offer Office 365 Home Premium subscription for households, it is changing the name to Office 365 Home.
Though the company is yet to announce the exact date for launch, it is expected to be available in US by spring..
Microsoft has assured that the customers would get all of the subscription benefits including 60 minutes of Skype calling per month, 20GB of additional OneDrive storage and updates for the most recent version of Office no matter whichever Office 365 subscription they chose.
Microsoft announced a new feature called Office Graph, earlier this month, to enhance the Office 365 experience and further increase productivity.
Microsoft’s new Office Graph is based on Yammer’s concept of the Enterprise Graph across Office 365.