Microsoft launches Office 365 in China

Tuesday 22 April 2014 | 03:42 CET | News
Microsoft has officially launched its Office 365 service in China. The service is operated by 21Vianet and was launched for preview in August last year. The company already has seen some 20,000 customers try the service since August, ChinaTechNews.com writes. Microsoft is offering the service to commercial customers at a discount until 31 May while individual users can sign-up for CNY 399 per year.

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Categories: Internet / IT
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: China
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