Great Deal: Office 365 Home Subscription For Just $72 Per Year, Comes With 1TB Of OneDrive Storage For 5 Users

Office 365 Home enables you to install the latest full desktop version of Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook, on up to 5 PCs or Macs, in addition to 5 Windows tablets or iPads—so you can use all the features offline as well as online. You can also install Office on multiple smartphones for easy access. As Microsoft recently announced, Office 365 Home users can also enjoy up to 1TB of storage. As WindowsObserver notes, you can save hundreds of dollars from this deal,

OneDrive’s cloud storage subscription was $7.49 per month for every 200GB of storage. If you subscribed to 1TB of storage it would cost you $37.50 per month, per user. Multiply that times five users per month and it comes out to $187.50 per month. Take that out to a year’s worth of subscriptions and that would equal $2,250 per year to get five users the equivalent amount of OneDrive cloud storage now included in Office 365 Home by obtaining separate subscriptions to OneDrive for 1TB of space.

If you apply the updated subscription costs, which were announced today, to this scenario then the savings are over $1,200 for five people to have 1TB of OneDrive storage.

Office 365 Home usually costs $99 per year, but now Amazon is selling 1 year subscription of Office 365 Home for just $72! Find the deal here from Amazon. If you prefer to buy from Microsoft, you can order Office 365 from Microsoft Online Store. Find the deals for Office 365 from Microsoft Store here.

  • a7medo778

    its showing 99$ here

  • Derek

    Just chatted with MS billing and was told that existing Office365 Home customer’s OneDrive storage limit will be increased to 1TB at no additional cost. Additionally, that is 1TB for every one of the 5 allowed users in Office365 Home for a total of 5TB. They would not, however, give me the $72/y price reduction from the $99/y I pay now.

  • Tirinti

    OneDrive online storage (20 GB/user):
    There is no 1TB in this deal.

  • jimski27

    and Outlook,……and Access and Publisher. I can understand most people not caring about Access (although it is a great app that I use every day), but what about Publisher. Does no one do any desktop publishing. So much better than Word for resumes, form design (actually, Access is better for that), or anything other than a letter.
    Just pointing out that Microsoft is shorting themselves by not including these program names in their marketing and press releases. It’s only 15 more letters. Geezz.