On Wednesday, Microsoft revealed its pricing for its MS Office 2013 and MS Office 365 Home Premium. However, prices for new business are not yet unveiled.
The United Kingdom clients can purchase the MS Office 365 Home Premium for five computers or Macs, which is subscription-based, for a price of £79.99 every year or a price of £7.99 on a monthly basis. This includes sixty minutes of Skype calls every month and a 20GB SkyDrive cloud storage.
The same promotion holds for all the remaining parts of Europe, costing €99 and €10 respectively.
For students, an offer of a four-year subscription for the Office 365 University for two computers or Macs in U.K. and for the remaining parts of Europe, it costs €79.00.
On the other hand, the flagship desktop suite of the company which is Office 2013 that included OneNote, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, plus products for Home & Business and Professional. Additionally, through Office Mobile, the product for your desktop also gets support on Windows Phone’s operating system 7.5 and higher.
For one-time installation, Office Home and Student 2013 costs at £109.99 in U.K. and €119 for the rest of Europe. The new Home and Office 2013 includes Outlook along with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote, costing at £219.99 in U.K. and €269 for the all other parts of Europe.
Furthermore, Microsoft’s Office Professional 2013 costs at £389.99 in U.K. and €539 in all other parts of Europe. This desktop suite product has an addition of Publisher and Access.