Outlook Premium Offers Ad-Free Inbox, Custom Email Addresses and More
If you’re a rebel that likes to color outside the lines and use email services that aren’t Gmail, you might want to check out Outlook.com’s Premium offering, whose public preview is now available.
$20 will snag you a year’s worth of the service, which removes ads from your inbox and grants you five personalized email addresses with a custom domain, like [email protected].
It’s worth noting that this is the current promotional price; Outlook.com Premium will soon switch to its regular subscription fee of $50 a year, and that will apply to users who sign up now for the custom domain as well when the plan auto-renews after a year.
Is it worth it? It depends on how badly you need personalized email addresses that are easy to set up. For comparison, Google’s G Suite, which offers custom addresses and the whole gamut of allied tools like calendars, video and voice calls and productivity apps, costs $5 per user per month. Oh, and Microsoft’s offering is currently only available to customers in the US.
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