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Microsoft Office 365 PC £64.74 @ Amazon
Microsoft Office 365 PC £64.74 @ Amazon

Microsoft Office 365 PC £64.74 @ Amazon

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Cheapest office I could find for upto 5 PCs

•Office for the entire household on up to 5 PCs, Windows 8 tablets, iPads, Macs and select mobile devices including iPhone.
•The latest versions of: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote2, Publisher2, and Access.
•An extra 1 TB of online storage per household member in OneDrive (up to 5 users).
•60 minutes of Skype calls each month to phones in 40+ countries.
•One convenient annual subscription with automatic upgrades included so you're always up to date with the latest features and services.
•Renewing your subscription? Simply purchase Office 365 now and enter your login ID from your current Microsoft account.

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A good price if you share a sub between 5 family members/close friends. Bargain as it includes the cloud storage.

One year subscription

Is the 365 how long the licence lasts, or do you actually get a permanent copy of office?

Cloud storage on Onedrive is unlimited now, or at least being rolled out. You can go on a 'jump the queue' list to get it sooner if you want.

worst office ever

slow, registration and licencing is a joke - often disappears, support useless

as for the products - awful automated junk

or free if you're smart enough to not make the world's richest man even richer

Shame that the 12 months Xbox live membership is no longer bundled with it.

forgive my ignorance but after a year is the 'rent ' £80 for 5 users ? , cant find much info on it

as long as this 365 subscription model continues I will never buy another office product again - I Want To OWN My Software - NOT RENT IT !!! - so I'll stick with my old office software (legally purchased) for now

Initiation

or free if you're smart enough to not make the world's richest man even … or free if you're smart enough to not make the world's richest man even richer



He donated more to various charities than your entire family will earn in next 3 generations. Such a jerk, how dare he be so rich!

subscription things suck, I prefer to buy once, pay once

If you only want it for 1 PC then it's better value to buy one of the cheap Win8 tablets that are knocking about for similar money (as they come bundled with 1 year sub for the tablet & 1 PC)........you can then either keep the tablet or flog it off to cover the majority of the cost.

Initiation

or free if you're smart enough to not make the world's richest man even … or free if you're smart enough to not make the world's richest man even richer



Who Bill Gates, did he not leave Microsoft years ago?

I thought all the profit for the company went to the shareholders.

It's a crime that you have to pay for subscription every year as well.

More trouble than its worth.
Cloud exchange just creates problems with MFD's
Edited by: "aabs" 8th Dec 2014

paulj48

Who Bill Gates, did he not leave Microsoft years ago?I thought all the … Who Bill Gates, did he not leave Microsoft years ago?I thought all the profit for the company went to the shareholders.



Gates is Microsoft's second biggest shareholder with 330m shares. On any day when Microsoft's share price moves by >$3.33 Gates net worth changes by $1Bn. (_;)

For the whiners: you can still buy Office so unlike Adobe they aren't forcing you to subscribe.

qyestionmark

Gates is Microsoft's second biggest shareholder with 330m shares. On any … Gates is Microsoft's second biggest shareholder with 330m shares. On any day when Microsoft's share price moves by >$3.33 Gates net worth changes by $1Bn. (_;)



reuters.com/art…503

BenderRodriguez

He donated more to various charities than your entire family will earn in … He donated more to various charities than your entire family will earn in next 3 generations. Such a jerk, how dare he be so rich!


Charities just making the people rich who run them.

CCL have it for £45.99 + £2.99 p&p


cclonline.com/pro…03/
Edited by: "nutty" 8th Dec 2014

cold... you coud of got this with the linx 7 for 60 for linx 8 for 70

nutty

CCL have it for £45.99 + £2.99 p … CCL have it for £45.99 + £2.99 p&phttp://www.cclonline.com/product/103039/6GQ-00020/Office-Software/Microsoft-Office-365-Home/SFT0403/



thats less than £10 a license with 1TB cloud storage

cigbunt

cold... you coud of got this with the linx 7 for 60 for linx 8 for 70



so you would need to buy 3 Linx 7 which is £180 to get enough licences to use instead of this offer!! I would never buy a rented bit of software and hate these office 365 deals, but still you need to compare like for like when making silly statements

Chuckles1001

I would never buy a rented bit of software...


Even if it works out cheaper as Office 365 can easily.

Agharta

Even if it works out cheaper as Office 365 can easily.



I have had my Version of office 2007 since 2007, I paid around £90 for it and it was installed on 3 PC ever since, that's 8 years. Can you show me How it works out cheaper or ever has? If it really was cheaper I might think about it but I think your statement has and will never be true? £64.74 x 8 (soon to be 9) = £517.92, that's nearly 6 times the amount I paid

Chuckles1001

I have had my Version of office 2007 since 2007, I paid around £90 for it … I have had my Version of office 2007 since 2007, I paid around £90 for it and it was installed on 3 PC ever since, that's 8 years. Can you show me How it works out cheaper or ever has? If it really was cheaper I might think about it but I think your statement has and will never be true? £64.74 x 8 (soon to be 9) = £517.92, that's nearly 6 times the amount I paid


To work out cheaper you need to think this way:

1. For 5 PCs.
2. The Pro version which is what 365 is and what you don't have for £90.
3. Requirement to upgrade every 3 to 5 years.
4. A use for the unlimited Cloud Storage.

Add that together and it's very good value but only if you need such features.

Agharta

To work out cheaper you need to think this way:1. For 5 PCs.2. The Pro … To work out cheaper you need to think this way:1. For 5 PCs.2. The Pro version which is what 365 is and what you don't have for £90.3. Requirement to upgrade every 3 to 5 years.4. A use for the unlimited Cloud Storage.Add that together and it's very good value but only if you need such features.





Hmm I don't think that way

1. I do not need 5 PCs I need 3 (so why buy 5 for a lot more money)
2. I do have Pro version, but even if I paid full price it would have been less then £200 from what I recall
3. This is not a requirement, my version has never not been able to do something I have needed. and 5 years would cost you £325 that's a lot more then a static copy still (not to the same extent but still a big saving)
4. I have cloud storage coming out of my nose, with 30GB of MS Cloud space and unlimited (on my server), but this should not be taken into account anyway as you can get space free, and most people will not use it
5. I think the statement " Even if it works out cheaper as Office 365 can easily" are not very helpful when your changing the options and talk about 5 PCs etc, that's playing with figures and making the cost do what you want, when in the real world people ned what they need, so its not easy.

I can see why some people would want this, but most people would be better off having a static version they can use when and if they want without the ongoing cost

Also I would like to add I voted this Hot as its a good price its the item I have the problem with not the price, so if you need this great


Edited by: "Chuckles1001" 9th Dec 2014

Chuckles1001

Hmm I don't think that way.


It's not all about you though is it!
I agree that for the majority it makes no sense as they won’t benefit from what it offers. I was just showing that your implication that none will benefit is erroneous as I do and certainly others will.

If you managed to buy a Professional version that can be installed on 3 PCs for £90 then you did really well. I thought only some of the Home versions could be installed on 3 PCs and the Pro editions were limited to 1 or 2 PCs!
For someone that needs the Pro version NOW for 3 to 5 PCs the subscription pricing is good as you can usually pick it up for £40 to £50 whereas the stand alone versions are £150+ even on eBay. Given a 10 year life cycle which is the limit on MS product support the subscription looks the better deal but who knows what the pricing will be in the future which is the risk.

Agharta

It's not all about you though is it!I agree that for the majority it … It's not all about you though is it!I agree that for the majority it makes no sense as they won’t benefit from what it offers. I was just showing that your implication that none will benefit is erroneous as I do and certainly others will.If you managed to buy a Professional version that can be installed on 3 PCs for £90 then you did really well. I thought only some of the Home versions could be installed on 3 PCs and the Pro editions were limited to 1 or 2 PCs!For someone that needs the Pro version NOW for 3 to 5 PCs the subscription pricing is good as you can usually pick it up for £40 to £50 whereas the stand alone versions are £150+ even on eBay. Given a 10 year life cycle which is the limit on MS product support the subscription looks the better deal but who knows what the pricing will be in the future which is the risk.



WOW you don't like being spoken back too lol no its not all about me, I said it was a good deal if you want that but for most people buying a stand alone version would be better.

Chuckles1001

I would never buy a rented bit of software and hate these office 365 … I would never buy a rented bit of software and hate these office 365 deals.


Chuckles1001

I said it was a good deal if you want that but for most people buying a … I said it was a good deal if you want that but for most people buying a stand alone version would be better.


Hmm!
Why do people that ‘hate’ a product feel the need to tell us about their hatred!
Haters gonna hate.

Chuckles1001

I said it was a good deal if you want that but for most people buying a … I said it was a good deal if you want that but for most people buying a stand alone version would be better.



Thats your opinion, my opinion is the opposite. A comparable standalone version is £200 on Amazon for 1 PC, now most people have family or close friends who could also benefit from sharing a sub making this deal £10 per year per license. You also have the benefit of new versions when they're released.

I'm a Mac user at home and I use MS Mac Office, there's a brand new version being released next year so this deal is a cheap way of getting my current version upgraded.
Edited by: "paulj48" 10th Dec 2014

paulj48

Thats your opinion, my opinion is the opposite. A comparable standalone … Thats your opinion, my opinion is the opposite. A comparable standalone version is £200 on Amazon for 1 PC, now most people have family or close friends who could also benefit from sharing a sub making this deal £10 per year per license. You also have the benefit of new versions when they're released.I'm a Mac user at home and I use MS Mac Office, there's a brand new version being released next year so this deal is a cheap way of getting my current version upgraded.



and I think the opposite of you, its all going round and round, you can get a copy off ebay for 3 users for a good price, but if you want a subscription for ever this is a good deal, but each to there own
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