AppleInsider reports that Microsoft has just made Office 365 on the iPad and Mac a little cheaper today by announcing a new â€œPersonalâ€ subscription plan, with a $69.99 annual fee.
Until today, the cheapest plan available was Office 365 Home, which cost $99.99 per year with a one-year commitment. This plan enabled the user to access Office 365 on 5 Macs or PCs and 5 tablets. The new, cheaper â€œPersonalâ€ plan is for just one Mac or PC, plus one tablet.
For the $69.99 fee, Office 365 Personal users will also get offline storage, 27 GB of online storage for one person, and 60 world minutes per month to more than 60 countries on Skype.
Both Home and Personal plans come complete with access to online Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote.
As AppleInsider notes, Office 365 Personal is also available on a month-by-month basis, for $6.99 per month; Home will set you back $9.99 per month.
Microsoft launches $70/year Office 365 Personal for Mac, iPad