Earlier this month, it was revealed that Microsoft was testing a new service called Outlook Premium. Now it appears this version of the company's email service could be made available for free to subscribers of Office 365.
The reveal comes via a leaked screenshot posted by "WalkingCat" on Twitter. The image indicates that Outlook Premium offers up to five personalized email address and will be ad-free. It also shows that it will offer better ways to share calendars, contacts and documents. There's no word if Microsoft will offer Outlook Premium as a separate paid service for non-Office 365 subscribers.
Keep in mind that Microsoft is currently conducting closed testing for the service with a limited number of users. There's no word on when, or even if, it will go live to the public.
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