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Today Microsoft has announcement some changes to the way customers are charged for complete access to Office for iPad.

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Users of the popular Office 365 for the iPad will now have the option to pay monthly as opposed to paying for an annual subscription in full at signup. In their announcement, Microsoft stated that customers requested for more flexibility when signing up for Office 365 subscriptions through the iPad. Customers can choose between Office 365 Personal and Office 365 Home subscriptions with the first option being geared towards users who wish to use the office productivity suite on just one tablet and one PC, and Office 365 Home being focused on a standard household which provided entitlement to install the suite on up to five tablets and five PCs within the same household, but not for commercial use. Read the full story here.



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