More than 22 million students are currently using Microsoft’s Office 365 for Education online services, but Microsoft wants to take this service one more step ahead. On October 19, the company has announced a new version of Office 365 for students. This special edition, Office 365 University will cost just $79.99 for a four-year subscription and two computer license. Get the details inside.
The $79.99 costly Office 365 University is going to be available in the first quarter of 2013 and will come in a four-year subscription (means around $20 for each year subscription or $1.67 per month). Students will be able to access to all the standard Office products, including Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft Outlook, Publisher and Access. The Office 365 University edition will also be available to faculty and staff.
The Office 365 University features all the standard Office 365 subscription features including 60 minutes of free international Skype calls and 20 GB of extra SkyDrive storage (for a total of 27 GB). This Office 365 University edition can be installed in two computers (PC or Mac). According to Microsoft, “Eligible students can buy Office University 2010 or Office University for Mac 2011 and receive a free subscription to Office 365 University when it becomes available.”
Check the details at Microsoft’s announcement page.
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