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On July 16, we unveiled the new Office, a cloud service that works beautifully with touch, stylus, mouse or keyboard on new Windows devices - from PCs to tablets. With this release, we're modernizing Office, and an important part of that is the introduction of new subscriptions. Subscriptions open a host of possibilities, and subscribing to Office 365 will be the best choice for many - especially families, people with multiple devices and small businesses.
With a single subscription, you can use Office across a wide variety of devices - everything from PCs and tablets to Macs. You can easily save to and access your documents from the cloud and personalize your experience with Office. We will update Office more frequently to support new scenarios, and subscribers will always be current with the latest innovations. Subscriptions also open new possibilities like integrating web services into Office in ways never before possible; in this release, we've added Skype calling minutes and SkyDrive storage, and in the future, we'll do more.
In this post, you'll find details on how to get the new Office 365 subscriptions for consumers and small businesses when available.
Office 365 Home Premium
A single subscription to Office 365 Home Premium covers the entire household. While you use a laptop, your daughter can use the PC in the den, and your son can use a tablet. You can each sign-in with your individual Microsoft accounts using your settings and accessing your documents, but you still need just one subscription to get:
Office 365 Home Premium, a single subscription for up to 5 users, will be available in both physical and online stores across 227 markets worldwide for $8.33 per month ($99.99 billed annually). A free 30 day trial will also be available online.
Office 365 Small Business Premium
In addition to Office 365 Small Business, the new Office 365 Small Business Premium is designed for organizations with 1-10 employees, and each user gets the following benefits:
Office 365 Small Business Premium will be available in both physical and online stores, including small business resellers, across 86 markets worldwide for $12.50 per user per month ($149.99 billed annually). A free 30 day trial will also be available online.
People who need Office on only one device can buy traditional Office suites. These offerings do allow you to save to SkyDrive by default and make it easy to connect to the cloud, but they are not available for multiple devices and do not include the latest updates or additional SkyDrive and Skype services. Prices start at $139.99 for Office Home and Student 2013 which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. Office Home and Business 2013 includes all the applications in Home and Student plus Outlook. Office Professional 2013 includes the applications in Home and Business plus Access and Publisher. In addition, Office Home & Student 2013 RT comes on all Windows RT devices and includes fully featured editions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote optimized for ARM devices.
Buy Office 2010 and get one year free of Office 365 Home Premium
Starting October 19, people who purchase Office 2010 or Office for Mac 2011 will qualify to download, for free, one year of Office 365 Home Premium or the equivalent Office 2013 offering, when available. Small business customers in applicable markets will also be eligible for a three-month trial of Office 365 Small Business Premium.
Subscription features and details are available here. In the coming months, we'll share information about Office 365 Enterprise and other business offerings. Until then, please try the customer preview yourself.
* OneNote, Access and Publisher available for PC only.
** Skype account required. Excludes special, premium and non-geographic numbers. Calls to mobiles are for select countries only. Skype available only in select countries.
hi! My "household" is quite shattered all over europe. I live in Stockholm, my sister lives in Munich and my mother is still back "home". I know that technically is possible to install office on the five computers independently from their physical location, but i'm curious to know if i'm still in the terms of the license of use.
Thanks for this product it looks like really good value at US$99.99 per year, and makes it easy to always have the latest version.
However I, like everyone else on this board, am baffled by the price disparity. Can someone please explain exactly what "local factors" are causing the price to increase by so much outside of the US?
How will current Office 365 subscriptions be upgraded?
Will the Sharpoint Online in Office 365 Small Business Premium able to use SSL? That the reason why I told everycustomer to use Office 365 Enterprise.
I want to try Office 365 cloud
New interesting Office 365 subscription cover consumer and small business
Was kostet das neue Office?
Question: What does the new Office 365 Small Business pricing mean for current Office 365 P Plan users? Will we be transitioning to the new Office 365 plans or how is this going to affect current Office 365 P Plan users? Does this mean we'll now have Office itself included in the subscription?
Today, we're introducing a new offering for university and college students called Office 365 University
Is it a hard gadget or a software tool? because it says 20GB storage. Sorry for my ignorance
Good idea and very useful for the house and family
Don't mean to re-hash the question, but I'm still unclear on Office 365 Home parameters. I get that I can install the product on up to 5 pc. Here's what I am not clear on...
1) What if we have more than 5 pc's?
2) I have a Live ID, my 3 family member will soon. Do they login using their own ID's?
3) Is there an administrator for the family?
4) Are we sharing the storage resources or do we each get our own?
5) If there is no admin, who controls/allocates the resources?
6) Does each Live ID get to install the product on up to 5 pc's? (Sort of like qustion #4)
7) Which Live ID do we use to install office on our various pc's?
8) I don't see a place in Office 365 Home to "Add users", how does this work with my family members? This may be answered by one of the other questions
9) Is there a rollout schedule to refer to? It's good to know we get 60 days from the retail release but only if we know or will be informed of that rollout date.
10) When the 2013 RC was first made available, it was mentioned that all users would need to move there data over to Office 2010 or back it up as everything would be deleted, no distinction was made regarding Office 365 Home and the other products. Will this still be needed?
We have 4 users with a total of 4 desktops, 4 laptops and a Windows phone all running windows 7 Home Premium with 3 running Office 2010 and 1 (me) using 2010 and 2013.
Thanks for any clarification you can provide and agaain sorry if these have been answered, It just seems like double talk when I read an official Microsoft post regarding this because they don't address the particulars of what each family unit may need. Or at least provide options. Thank You.
how much will there be an update from Office 2010 to Office 2013 or will it be a free update?
Dear MS, You want to show off value to your enterprise customers that they are getting a really "good" deal by signing up for volume licensing and the Software assurance agreements, but $100 / yr for home use is a ridiculous pricing model. Most of the home users will barely use the product (unless doing schoolwork counts) and to fork over $100 each year is a disastrous pricing model. I will try to educate as much people as possible with my blogs to stay away from MS Office and use the Google web apps or LibreOffice (or other equivalents). For the consumers sake, I hope your subscription version of home office fails, which could force you to reduce the price, like you did for Win 8.