Microsoft 365 might be one of the best tech subscriptions you can get today, but now the barrier to entry is getting even lower. There is a new tier called Basic that costs only $2 per month.
Microsoft 365 Basic, new budget subscription that still gives you access to a lot of things. This plan comes with up to 100GB of OneDrive storage and ad-free Outlook, at least initially, and access to Microsoft 365 experts for help with Microsoft products, including Windows 11. And it only costs $2 a month — or $20 a month if you prefer to pay annually. If you’re already paying for 100GB of OneDrive storage, you’ll be automatically upgraded to this new tier on January 30th.
It’s a sensible upgrade over the free version of the suite, which already gives you access to web-based versions of programs like Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. However, it by no means gives you a complete experience. The main downside is that you don’t get access to the native Mac and Windows Office apps like the regular subscription or One-time Home & Student purchase.
If the Basic tier isn’t enough, the personal version of Microsoft 365 still costs $7 per month and offers many more features, including 1TB of storage.
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