Microsoft quietly extended the deadline for Outlook.com Premium promotional pricing to the end of June. So you have plenty of time to save big on this interesting service.
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I'm not sure why Microsoft won't promote this, but you can save big on Outlook.com Premium if you act fast. And the service is now available in many more places than was originally the case.
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