Microsoft finally spread its wings off with releasing its Office 365 Home Premium today. Starting from today itself, the Office 2013 and Office 365 subscription will be available in around 162 countries and online via Office.com, but what interesting to note that the developed countries like US, UK and others contains the product codes in the boxed copies ditching the traditional DVD they offer for the software.
Buying the Office 365 will costs your pockets $99.99 a year with providing users can access for five installs of Office 2013 on both Mac and PCs, getting access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, and Access. You can also opt for buying the Office 365 through monthly subscriptions of $9.99 or through a standalone bundles.
The top-priced bundle, Office Professional 2013, costs $399.99 and includes access to all of the software provided in Office 365 while Office Home & Student 2013 available at $139.99, which only includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. Office 365 Home Premium edition users also gets an extra 20 gigs of SkyDrive storage, offering free 7 gigs to the users, making a total of 27 gigs.