Microsoft today announced a slew of new products, but at the core of the release is a major change to how the company is marketing its tools and services to consumers.
Office 365, which has long been the brand for the company’s subscription service for its productivity tools like Word, Excel and Outlook, is going away. On April 21, it’ll be replaced by new Microsoft 365 plans, including new personal and family plans (for up to six people) at $6.99 and $9.99 respectively. That’s the same price as the existing Office 365 Personal and Home plans.
“We are basically evolving