Office 365 now comes with Outlook.com Premium

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So I started getting all of my links in emails replaced with *.safelinks.protection.outlook.com.

Logged into the web portal to check out what was going on after I did some googling and found it was and Office 365 protection feature.

While about to goto options I saw there was a premium option in the menu.

Clicked it to see where it went and got the following.

Welcome to your premium Outlook.com account

Your Office 365 subscription comes with premium Outlook.com features.

You now have an ad-free inbox with 50 GB of storage and enhanced security.

Thought it was interesting as it used to be extra and I was kind of umming and ahhhing as I really only use the browser based email at work.

Comments (5)

5 responses to “Office 365 now comes with Outlook.com Premium”

  1. Paul Thurrott

    Microsoft is testing combining the two. But not everyone is seeing this.


    I believe this is tied to:


    https://www.thurrott.com/cloud/microsoft-consumer-services/outlook/134262/office-365-superset-outlook-com-premium

  2. Tom Wilson

    Might be offering it to new customers only too.


    I have 2 outlook accounts, one I use for my microsoft account (office 365) and another I use for family and friends.


    I see no offer on my Microsoft account. I checked outlook.com with my f&f account and pushed the "upgrade to premium" button on the bottom left. It took me to an offer to get office 365 with premium outlook features included.


    So I guess I have to work MS the same way I work dish network & directtv. "Either I get the free goodies like the new customers get, or I go the other guy!"




  3. timothyhuber

    This might explain something. I have two different account with Outlook.com premium. The first is one I transferred over from  a Windows Live Custom Domain setup and has an Office 365 Home account. On the "Services & subscriptions" tab of the Microsoft Account page (account.microsoft.com) for this account the Outlook.com Premium service has NEVER appeared nor does it appear as in the "More Services" section down below.


    On my second account, which I use as my side gig email account, the Outlook.com Premium service, is listed, along with options to renew.  Never had an Office 365 Home account with this account.


    Of course, it could just be something else entirely. The transferring of the Windows Live Custom domain was a nightmare, mostly because Outlook.com Premium adds the custom domain to an existing Microsoft Account, and I had attempted to add my custom domain to itself.


    Tim

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