Microsoft Outlook Premium Now Available Without Ads And Custom Domains

Since the start of the year, Microsoft has been testing a premium version of its Outlook email service, and it seems that it will now, be made available publicly. According to the reports by ZDNet, Outlook Premium preview is now available to everyone residing in the US. The Microsoft landing page for the service reveals that Outlook Premium will be priced at $19.95 during a promotion, with a regular price of $49.99 per year.
 
 
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Outlook.com Premium has been designed to include custom domain support, after this option had been originally removed by Microsoft in 2014. The premium version of Microsoft’s email service would also disable ads, but the biggest change is in the feature of the custom domains. The public preview of the Outlook Premium allows users to create five personalized email addresses using a new domain or a domain which they already own. Microsoft will buy the domains on behalf of its users, and the new domains are completely free for the first year, with an additional charge for each year.
 
Microsoft is limiting the Outlook Premium to users in the US only and it does not yet come with any support for auto-forwarding or groups. Microsoft’s preview seems to be live for everyone and anyone in the US to use.