In mid-July, Microsoft will begin selling office programs to consumers on a subscription basis. This is a bold new business model for Office that is rumored to start at about $70 per year. The price seems reasonable for what you get (especially when I consider that I spend over $100/month on my cable bill), but you be the judge.
Equipt will include:
- Word 2007
- Excel 2007
- PowerPoint 2007
- OneNote 2007
- Microsoft Office Live Workspace
- Windows Live tools (Mail, Messenger, Photo, etc)
- Windows Live OneCare
- Upgrades and Updates
What do you think? Good deal or bad deal? Leave your thoughts in the comments.