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Microsoft removes perpetual Office licenses from Home Use Program; now Office 365 only


Microsoft’s Home Use Program (HUP) is portrayed as an offer that lets workers at “qualified organizations” – which means organizations that are Software Assurance clients or those with more than 2,000 Office 365 or Microsoft 365 E3/E5 clients – buy Office at a rebate. Not long ago, the firm has begun offering Office 365 memberships rather than just ceaseless Office licenses. Presently, as spotted by ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley, Microsoft has refreshed its HUP FAQ to mirror that the ceaseless licenses are never again advertised.

In particular, the interminable licenses that were offered were Office Professional Plus 2019 and Office Home and Business 2019. Presently, you’ll just have the option to purchase a membership to either Office 365 Personal or Office 365 Home.

As indicated by the site for the Home Use Program, Office 365 memberships can be obtained at a 30% markdown. That implies that a time of Office 365 Home can be bought for $69.99, which is the ordinary cost of Office 365 Personal. You can get a time of Personal for $48.99.

Clearly, it’s not as quite a bit of a rebate as it used to be, particularly when you think about that Office 365 is a yearly membership. With the old arrangement, HUP clients could buy both of the Office 2019 alternatives for just $14.99.

Details shortly…

Abdulsalam Garba

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