#Microsoft has started invite-only testing for Outlook Premium, a paid subscription service that gives customers five personalized email addresses (and easier calendar sharing among those people), plus a “distraction-free” inbox outdoors banner ads. Office365 subscribers get it for free, but differently, the service costs $3.99 monthly.
Microsoft is giving users — at least these in the pilot program — their complete first year for free. Outlook Premium subscribers can sign up as a custom email specialty rather than do saddled by an Outlook.com address; Microsoft has partnered by GoDaddy to handle the domain side of things.
Once you’ve got that domain, thou can add five personalized email addresses on top of it as coworkers, family, or whatever you’re using Outlook Premium since. Considering the limited perks you’re growing here, even $3.99 per month shows a tiny bit steep. But again, at least, that initial year is free. Microsoft is clearly exploring new ways to turn its email stand into a money-maker, just as it’s currently in invite-only mode, you’ll want to wait a bit because your turn was trying it.
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