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Microsoft confirms Singapore pricing for Office 365, pushes for subscriptions

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30 Jan
2013
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Microsoft is selling its new Office software for S$138 a year, or S$11.50 a month, to home users  in Singapore, as part of a new subscription service that it hopes will change its fortunes against Google and Apple this year.

Available today, that offer gives users five licences, which means they can install Office on multiple devices at home, including PCs and Macs. 

 
Tagged in: Enterprise, PCs, Singapore, Software, Microsoft, Office 15, office 365, Singapore price, Singapore price and availability, StarHub,  
 

Microsoft Office 365 to cost S$139 a year for Singapore home users

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18 Sep
2012
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After offering a preview of its upcoming productivity software two months ago, Microsoft is selling its new Office for S$139 a year to home users here to install on up to five PCs, Macs or tablets.

Unveiled today, the prices reflect the company’s push for subscription sales instead of standalone box software that cater to each PC. In Singapore, the subscription cost works out to be under S$12 a month for each household.

 
Tagged in: Featured, PCs, Singapore, Software, Microsoft, Office 15, office 365, prices, subscription based software,  
 

Microsoft mocks Gmail with “Gmail Man”!

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30 Jul
2011
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Stand aside, browser wars; a new battle is heating up between Microsoft and Google and this time, the battlefield is email.

Google fired the first shot by launching a new website called Email Intervention, designed to help you stage an intervention among your friends who still use that outdated email address from the 1990s. The accompanying video featuring an “intervention specialist” is cute, funny and completely in Google’s cheeky style.

 
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