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MS is offering 3 months of Adobe CC Photography to Office 365 subscrib - [briefly]
05:39 PM EDT - Jul,19 2019 - post a comment

Microsoft seems to be giving away a fairly generous gift to those who have subscribed to its Office 365 plans. According to OnMSFT's Kip Kniskern, the Redmond company is sending out e-mails to subscribers with an offer for three months of Adobe's Creative Cloud Photography plan, a value of $29.97.
,br> Adobe CC Photography includes apps like Lightroom and Photoshop, as well as your own Portfolio website and 20GB of cloud storage, which isn't a lot when you consider that Office 365 already gives you 1TB. Nonetheless, the Creative Cloud apps are useful for many people, and the report says you can use this offer on top of your existing subscription, extending it for three months for free.

The report also mentions that the e-mail was only received on a personal Office 365 account, and business accounts weren't given the chance to get the offer, at least for now. Perhaps more interestingly, the e-mail says that this offer is "just the beginning", and that the company will have more ways to say "thank you for subscribing" in the future.


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