Must say, loving Office 365. Very polished overall service. I've been using a trial of it, and other than some slow download speeds with OneDrive I've been experiencing at home and at work everything is really polished about it. I'm especially pleased with how good the iPad apps and even the Office Mobile for iPhone ain't bad.
I'll probably not subscribe to a yearly deal, quite yet (waiting for new version of Office for Mac to land). Still, I'm wondering what might be my cheapest route.
My wife is an elementary teacher. Is it possible that she can get a discount for the standard edition (the one that is regularly $99/year) and add me to her list of authorized MS accounts to use it?
Should I wait until some discount promo comes along?
Thanks for input.
Best Answer nMIK-3 , 19 May 2014 - 17:03
You can get the Office 365 Home Premium from Amazon for ~$72.00 final price. This is almost the same price with the retail price of the Home Personal.
It is a prepay card with a code which you get by mail, then you apply the code at office.com to subscribe or renew for a year and download the software.
I got a couple of them so far and its working just great.
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