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All of Microsoft's applications plus cloud services including Skype and SkyDrive on up to five PCs, Windows 8 tablets, and Macs.1

Office 365 Home Premium has all the Microsoft applications, plus cloud services. Just sign in and you can get to your Office files, applications, and settings when you are not at home.

WHAT’S NEW IN THIS RELEASE OF OFFICE?
The 2013 versions of familiar Office applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint include new features that help you create, communicate and work efficiently from virtually anywhere. In addition to updating the traditional Office suites, Microsoft has developed brand new subscription versions of Office, specifically designed around the way customers use Office. Each new subscription offer will include the 2013 versions of the Office applications, for example Word, Excel and PowerPoint, plus cloud services such as Skype world minutes and online storage with SkyDrive.

Subscribers will also receive future rights to version upgrades as well as per-use rights across multiple PCs, Windows 8 tablets, iPads, Macs and select mobile devices including iPhones.1 Note: The Office applications you can use across PCs, Macs and other devices vary by platform.

1Visit http://www.office.com/information for a current list of devices. Internet connection required. Internet and mobile telephone usage charges may apply.

HOW DO I GET MY OFFICE SOFTWARE?
Please note: This item does not contain a disc; you will be sent a physical product key card through the post that requires a download from office.com. See steps involved below:

Once you have placed your order and received your product key card in the mail, locate your product key on the backside of the included card.
When you locate the product key, follow the instructions on the card, and go to https://officesetup.getmicrosoftkey.com/ to download and install.
Enter your 25-digital product key as prompted.
Sign in or create a Microsoft account.
Select your preferred country and language.
From your "My Account" page with Microsoft, select the item that you want to install.
Click the "Install" button to begin your download.
1. Windows 7, Windows 8 OS, Windows Phone 7.5, Mac OS X version 10.5.8 required. Visit http://www.office.com/mobile for applicable devices. Windows RT devices come preinstalled with Office Home & Student 2013 RT Preview. Internet connection required. Internet and mobile telephone usage charges may apply.
2. Access and Publisher available on PC only. OneNote not available on Mac OS.
3. Internet and/or carrier network connection required; charges may apply.
4. You may transfer the software to another computer that belongs to you, but not more than one time every 90 days (except due to hardware failure, in which case you may transfer sooner). If you transfer the software to another computer, that other computer becomes the "licenced computer."
5. Skype account required. Excludes special, premium, and non-geographic numbers. Calls to mobile phones are for select countries only. Skype available only in select countries

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lucyferror
That's a bloody rip off to pay for same software every year.
Thank you very much for an answer :)

If you say so... retail versions of the software cost hundreds so £40 a year is cheap in comparison. And it's not the same software - if Microsoft update office, you'll get the new version for free.

To look at it another way, I backup my photos online and I used to pay £32 a year for 100GB of storage, so to get 1TB of online storage AND the whole Microsoft Office Suite (for myself and four friends... uh... I mean.. people in my household ;-) hehe) And office for iPad/iPhone, all for £40 a year. That is, I believe, a HotUKDeal TM!

Cheers

Edited By: jlester on Jul 09, 2014 11:56
13 Likes
That's a bloody rip off to pay for same software every year.
Thank you very much for an answer :)

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#1
Is this for a 1 year subscription only. Or do you own the software for ever? Thanks.
#2
is this for 1 year?
#3
It doesn't mention anywhere, but is this just a 1 year license?
[helper]#4
Yes 1 year.
#5
Wow this is a hot deal, list price is £80 per year, usually sells for around £60 per year! Bargain

Edited By: jlester on Jul 09, 2014 11:30
3 Likes #6
Remember Microsoft are upgrading Office 365 Home subscription so it comes with 1TB of online storage for EACH of your five users.

You can also buy multiple codes and stack them (so if you buy two, your can enter them both and subscription will last until 2016), so if you buy a couple of them at £40 per year, that works out as £3.33 per month for all of the office applications (and future upgrades), online storage and 60 skype minutes a month.

Hot!
#7
Hmm sorry for a stupid question.
Apparently it's a one year subscription.
How much does it cost after that year? How does it work?
3 Likes #8
lucyferror
Hmm sorry for a stupid question.
Apparently it's a one year subscription.
How much does it cost after that year? How does it work?

Usually £80 a year, but if you buy two (or more) of these you can stack them so for the next few years you only pay £40 a year. And in that time I'm sure a special offer like this will come round again!
13 Likes #9
That's a bloody rip off to pay for same software every year.
Thank you very much for an answer :)
#10
I bought the other version of this for my Mac - no subscription, lasts forever and was £82.

But beware the next version of Microsoft Office is rumoured to be releasing around September/October.
#11
Great deal. I've been paying £7.99 a month for the same thing! Great idea to stack subscriptions too.
2 Likes #12
lucyferror
That's a bloody rip off to pay for same software every year. Thank you very much for an answer :)

your also getting 1TB each of online storage for upto 5 family members, not bad if you share the costs between you all.
15 Likes #13
lucyferror
That's a bloody rip off to pay for same software every year.
Thank you very much for an answer :)

If you say so... retail versions of the software cost hundreds so £40 a year is cheap in comparison. And it's not the same software - if Microsoft update office, you'll get the new version for free.

To look at it another way, I backup my photos online and I used to pay £32 a year for 100GB of storage, so to get 1TB of online storage AND the whole Microsoft Office Suite (for myself and four friends... uh... I mean.. people in my household ;-) hehe) And office for iPad/iPhone, all for £40 a year. That is, I believe, a HotUKDeal TM!

Cheers

Edited By: jlester on Jul 09, 2014 11:56
3 Likes #14
Zstar
I bought the other version of this for my Mac - no subscription, lasts forever and was £82.But beware the next version of Microsoft Office is rumoured to be releasing around September/October.

using the subscription method you'll get a free upgrade if that happens to be true.
1 Like #15
paulj48
lucyferror
That's a bloody rip off to pay for same software every year. Thank you very much for an answer :)

your also getting 1TB each of online storage for upto 5 family members, not bad if you share the costs between you all.

I don't trust uploading my personal stuff and especially somewhere online.
Have 320gb 2.5 inch external drive for that :)
New versions are being released only to cash in because there's nothing new in it.
What else can Microsoft Word do? oO
2 Likes #16
lucyferror
paulj48
lucyferror
That's a bloody rip off to pay for same software every year. Thank you very much for an answer :)
your also getting 1TB each of online storage for upto 5 family members, not bad if you share the costs between you all.
I don't trust uploading my personal stuff and especially somewhere online. Have 320gb 2.5 inch external drive for that :)

Hope you keep that external drive offsite as it wont be of much use in the case of a fire or theft.

I keep my photos online (as a backup to my 2 x external drive backups), with a decent password and 2 step authentication I wont loose much sleep thinking they're unsafe. The pro's outway the con's to me as they're irreplacable.
#17
when are they upgrading to 1TB on skydrive? Isn't it only 20gb at the moment?
#18
paulj48
Zstar
I bought the other version of this for my Mac - no subscription, lasts forever and was £82.But beware the next version of Microsoft Office is rumoured to be releasing around September/October.

using the subscription method you'll get a free upgrade if that happens to be true.

Oh really - did not know that. Should have asked :(
#19
hyte1
when are they upgrading to 1TB on skydrive? Isn't it only 20gb at the moment?

They've said 'during the month of July' - I believe some of the Microsoft Office 365 Professional users have already got the upgrade, for the rest of us I'm sure it'll role out in the next few weeks.
1 Like #20
If you have a student in the house, you can get Office 365 Student Edition for £59.99 that lasts 4 years.

Only two devices though!

http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/microsoft-office-365-university-FX102918415.aspx
#21
Why does these cost so much????
I hardly use it but do need it.

I might aswell go to a linearly and use them for free.
#22
lucyferror
That's a bloody rip off to pay for same software every year.
Thank you very much for an answer :)


Ironically enough, I kinda wondered on this myself on this Microsoft 'Yearly Subscription' thang when Microsoft Introduced this concept of theirs to the World just over 1.5 Years back? .. but ahhhhhhhh well?
#23
For more than a year, Microsoft has offered a free version of its popular software suite Office. The only problem is, it was difficult to find.
That’s now changed as the Redmond, Washington-based tech giant recently rebranded the free version of Office Online easily available through a website. CBSnews.com reported.
The software includes Word, Outlook, OneNote, PowerPoint, and Excel.
#24
I currently have this and my subscription runs out in September, if I purchase this can I just enter the key and it will extend it by 12 months from September so I do not need to reinstall anything?
1 Like #25
Why is Office 365 and the yearly rental subscription format better than, say, Office 2010 which is buy-to-own? Better still, Open Office (et al) which are free?
#26
Say if I buy this & they upgrade the office suite in September will I get the update free or what happens?
#27
kingnpuk
I currently have this and my subscription runs out in September, if I purchase this can I just enter the key and it will extend it by 12 months from September so I do not need to reinstall anything?

That's correct.
#28
vNauuuM
Say if I buy this & they upgrade the office suite in September will I get the update free or what happens?

Yes, you'll be able to download the new version for free while your subscription lasts
#29
jlester
vNauuuM
Say if I buy this & they upgrade the office suite in September will I get the update free or what happens?

Yes, you'll be able to download the new version for free while your subscription lasts

Sweeeet!
#30
Just submitted this link to amazon, hopefully they lower their price!
1 Like #31
GothBoy
Why is Office 365 and the yearly rental subscription format better than, say, Office 2010 which is buy-to-own? Better still, Open Office (et al) which are free?

At £80 a year, it isn't better... as you'd end up paying more than just buying a stand alone version of office. At £40 a year, if you'd make use of the extras like 1TB OneDrive Subscription and Skype minutes, then it's much more worthwhile. Also remember this is meant to be a household subscription, so it can be used by five people. (that's 5x installations of microsoft office on 5 different pc's/macs, plus 5x 1TB One drive subscription).

But then again... nothing's better than free, so if you like open office, go with it.
banned 3 Likes #32
Alternatively use:

http://www.libreoffice.org/

or

https://www.openoffice.org/

or

http://www.oxygenofficepro.com/

For free always.

Edited By: Musician on Jul 09, 2014 13:36: typo
#33
What about open office ? Totally free forever and is the exact same thing as Microsoft's office.

As for pictures etc. Use flickr as it has a free 1tb of storage that you and others can share. Myself and the wife take pics and they go straight up to flickr.

I won't vote for it either way as its not for me. I am not now or ever have been a fan of Microsoft products.
#34
Does this have an expiry date? So I buy now, can I then activate and so begin the 12 months in say November, later this year? Thanks.
1 Like #35
Zstar
I bought the other version of this for my Mac - no subscription, lasts forever and was £82.

But beware the next version of Microsoft Office is rumoured to be releasing around September/October.

That doesn't matter for office365 as it's a subscription based service, you get to use office as long as your subscription is active and as part of that you get to download the latest version as soon as it becomes available on the service.
1 Like #36
Dominatez
What about open office ? Totally free forever and is the exact same thing as Microsoft's office.

As for pictures etc. Use flickr as it has a free 1tb of storage that you and others can share. Myself and the wife take pics and they go straight up to flickr.

I won't vote for it either way as its not for me. I am not now or ever have been a fan of Microsoft products.

You'll NEVER convince these people man. Often people aren't willing to listen to common sense nor do they deserve to. It's the sort who think walking around with a cup of costa makes them posh or paying for software which can be paid for full use with updates or even free is somehow lesser so. I mean flickr? omg who uses that, they want the CLOOOUUUD. Yeah flickr is basically "cloud".
#37
Ordered a couple of years worth. We share it amongst all the families pcs, bargain at £40 a year, especially with the free skype minutes.
1 Like #38
Scorchio!! Thanks! :D
#39
focusdriver
For more than a year, Microsoft has offered a free version of its popular software suite Office. The only problem is, it was difficult to find.
That’s now changed as the Redmond, Washington-based tech giant recently rebranded the free version of Office Online easily available through a website. CBSnews.com reported.
The software includes Word, Outlook, OneNote, PowerPoint, and Excel.

Link is here : https://office.com/start/default.aspx

However be aware, the versions online are vastly crippled compared to the real versions, and only works with a valid internet connection.
1 Like #40
thecomesandgoes
If you have a student in the house, you can get Office 365 Student Edition for £59.99 that lasts 4 years.

Only two devices though!

http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/microsoft-office-365-university-FX102918415.aspx

Cheaper on amazon than direct from MS, only £51.48

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