If you haven’t already signed up for Outlook.com Premium then you’re out of luck. This is because Microsoft is killing the premium version of Outlook.com, and transferring most of its features to Office 365 instead. Existing subscribers are fine for now, but new subscribers are not welcome. Show More Summary
Microsoft introduced Outlook.com Premium in 2016 as a paid upgrade for existing Outlook customers to take advantage of additional functionality. Outlook.com Premium was available for $19.99 for a limited promotional period, and for $49.99 per year afterwards. Show More Summary
Big inboxes, ad-free interfaces, and premium support will now apply to Outlook.com.
As Office 365 continues to become Microsoft's core productivity software platform, the premium, ad-free version of outlook.com is being shutdown with its features folded into Office 365 as of today. That means the only way to get an ad-free cloud-email service from Microsoft will be to pony up for the dearer Office 365. More »
Microsoft is no longer offering Outlook.com premium subscriptions to new subscribers. Microsoft announced today that it has begun rolling out Outlook.com Premium features to Office 365 Home and Personal subscribers, but one other change initially slipped under the radar....
About an hour ago, we reported that Microsoft is bringing the Outlook.com Premium features to Office 365 Home and Personal subscribers. But here’s the surprise: Microsoft is also killing Outlook.com Premium today. Starting today, Outlook users can no longer sign-up for Outlook.com Premium. Show More Summary
Microsoft is adding some new premium Outlook perks for Office 365 subscribers. Office 365 subscribers will now have access to premium features on Outlook.com....
Microsoft is adding to Outlook.com for free new ad-free inbox, enhanced malware and phishing protection and larger mailbox sizes. The catch: Users must be Office 365 Home/Premium users to qualify.
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Microsoft is bringing the goodness of Outlook.com Premium to Office 365 subscribers. The company today announced that the premium features of Outlook.com are being rolled out to Office 365 Home and Personal subscribers using Outlook.com. Show More Summary
Microsoft may add Outlook.com Premium as an included feature to Office 365 Home and Personal subscriptions soon. Microsoft's online email service Outlook.com is available as a free ad-supported version, and as a version that is called Outlook.com Premium. Show More Summary
Back in November last year, Microsoft first announced Outlook Customer Manager for Outlook on Windows. The service initially launched as a preview, but Microsoft is now opening it up to all Office 365 Business Premium subscribers worldwide on the web and iOS. Outlook Customer Manager, for those who don’t know, is integrated right into Outlook’s desktop […]
Microsoft’s Outlook.com Premium is usually available for $49.99. To celebrate the service’s launch, Microsoft has been offering the service for only $19.99 to users for the past couple of months. The promotion was supposed to end late last month — but Microsoft is now extending the promotion. The company quietly extended the promotional pricing to […]
Microsoft has quietly extended the promotional price period for Outlook.com Premium through June....
Last month Microsoft announced the availability of an ad-free Outlook.com Premium service which offered custom email addresses and more – albeit in the US only at time of launch. Now the firm has quietly made Outlook Premium available in more regions including the “United Kingdom of Great Britan, Ireland, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, and Canada. […]
Microsoft Monday is a weekly column that focuses on updates in regards to the Redmond giant. This week, Microsoft Monday includes details about a Digital Geneva Convention idea, the new Smart Email Insights app, a Project Scorpio update and a new Outlook.com Premium service.
Microsoft has launched Outlook Premium out of beta. This means anyone can now sign up to use the premium version of Microsoft’s email service… for a price. Thankfully, anyone signing up between now and the end of March can get a full year of Outlook Premium for just $19.95. Show More Summary
Microsoft’s rolling out its new Outlook Premium service, which lets you hook the service into your own domain and offers up that email account ad-free. Read more...
Despite a lack of any official word, it looks like Outlook.com Premium has exited preview....