What you get if you pay for Outlook

What you get if you pay for Outlook


Microsoft tests pay version.

Earlier this year revealed the informant and Twitter user Walking Cat that Microsoft is working on a subscription solution for email service Outlook.


Paul Thurrott writes that the company is currently testing Outlook Premium as a standalone subscription. Previously it has been speculated that the service will become part of the Office 365 subscription, which is still possible, according to Thurrott.

The price will be at $ 3.99 per month, according to a screenshot Thurrott have accessed and Microsoft offers the first year free.

Beta Version
What you get in Outlook Premium:

Five personal email addresses.
Easier sharing calendars, contacts and files.
Ad Outlook.com.
Access to the new Outlook.com.

If you want to test the service, you can send a request via this link. Note that this is a trial and there may be changes in price and solutions before launching.