What Microsoft Is Buying in 2019: $7 Billion Office 365 Home, $7.4 Billion Office Home, and $7 Million Office 365 Pro
Posted On August 2, 2021
Microsoft is reportedly buying $7 billion in Office 365 home and Office 365 pro products.
The company has been buying the home and pro products since October.
The news comes from a new report from The Information.
The information comes from an article published by TechCrunch that was originally published on December 11, 2019.
Microsoft is reported to be buying an additional $7 million for each product in 2019.
The report notes that the total amount of the purchase is about $7,000 per product.
The purchase includes an additional 1,500 residential licenses for each license, which will make the total cost of the Home and Pro products about $14,000.
The Home and Home Pro licenses are the most expensive for the company, but they are not the most valuable.
The Office 365 subscription fee is reportedly worth about $25 per year, but this could be because the price for the Home license is relatively low compared to the subscription fee for the Pro license.
However, if you were to assume that Microsoft has purchased all of its licenses for free, it would likely mean that the Home licenses would likely cost less.
The new Home and Office licenses will come with a $50/year activation fee for those who have a paid subscription.
Microsoft also announced that they are planning to offer more than a dozen new Office 365 services including OneNote, Office, and Office Web Apps.
The announcements came just weeks after Microsoft announced that it is planning to add Office 365 to the cloud and that Office 365 will be part of its next major product update, scheduled for September 2019.