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You Can Now Try Outlook Premium on the Cheap

Microsoft has launched Outlook Premium in a public preview, and anyone resident in the United States can now sign up to try it. As an added sweetener, early adopters are being offered Outlook Premium at a reduced price for the first 12 months. Outlook Premium, or Premium to give it its full title, is a premium version of Microsoft’s free email service. It removes all advertising, adds advanced sharing options, and offers support for custom domains with up to five personalized email addresses.
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