Why would you even bother? When there’s options like Firefox, Thunderbird, LibreOffice, and OpenOffice out there for free, or you can get a copy of Scrivener for $40 and load it onto multiple machines, who would be dumb enough to pay $83.88 a year for a service that can be taken away at any time by the whims of some giant corporation?
“You haven’t paid your bill this month so we’re shutting you down.” – “But I did pay my bill.” – “Our records show that you didn’t, so now we’re shutting you off.” – “But I did pay … ah, my stuffs gone and my thesis is due in a week!” *weeps* – Two weeks later: “Dear valued customer, due to an error in our billing department your services were suspended even though your payments were current. Our apologies, and here’s two free weeks of service.” – “Murder …”
Originally posted by at Microsoft launches Office 365 Personal for $6.99 per month
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The new subscription will arrive later this spring and is designed to compliment the rebadged Microsoft Office 365 Home option, which offers five desktop and five mobile licences for $99.