Microsoft Outlook Premium finally becomes reality after the tech giant experimented with it all through 2016. Currently available for the US customers only, the email services will offer custom domains and a limited-run pricing package of $19.95 for the first year.
The year 2016 has been somewhat a good omen for Microsoft and its cloud services, and now Microsoft Outlook Premium has been rolled out at a promotional (discounted) price. The regular price of the service will be $49.99 per annum and while more details are available on front page of the company’s website, ZDNET reported.
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The decades-long email service is taking a new turn and it is bringing back custom domain support which was shut down back in 2014. More Microsoft Outlook Premium features include customization, 5 personalized email addresses, and ads-free surfing. Don’t miss out that the with the promotional $19.95, you will also get a free domain, but additional charges will be imposed in the subsequent years.
Although, Microsoft Outlook Premium didn’t get out wearing beta label, but this is essentially what it is because auto-forwarding and groups options haven’t been provisioned, while users have also been limited to the United States. According to the Verge, new users can take a look at its preview release but account creation and purchasing might not be available just yet.