Post Profile Premium preview now open to anyone in the US

Earlier this year, we first reported that Microsoft is testing Premium with custom domain support and more. Till now, it was available only to the invited users. Today, ZDNet spotted that this new program has moved from invitation-only to public-preview in the US. Anyone can now sign-up for this program by visiting this […]
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