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Microsoft seems to be working on Microsoft 365 Consumer subscription

Microsoft 365 Consumer

Microsoft seems to be working on development of a new edition of Microsoft 365 service, which will be aimed at consumers.

Currently, the tech giant is having three editions of Microsoft 365: Microsoft 365 Business, Microsoft 365 Enterprise, and Microsoft 365 Education. It is a complete solution that includes Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility plus Security.

The recent job postings by Microsoft suggest that the company is working on a new edition: Microsoft 365 Consumer. Actually, the company posted that it is looking for a product manager for M365 Consumer Subscription- Modern Life & Devices (MLD).

Microsoft hasn’t yet made any official announcement about Microsoft 365 Consumer edition, but the job posting suggests that the tech giant will soon do the rest.

“The Subscription Product Marketing team is a new team being created to build and scale the Microsoft 365 Consumer Subscription. This is an exciting opportunity to define the target audience for Modern Life, understand the needs of our customers, and develop consumer value propositions that drive business growth,” states the job posting.

It is not clear which services Microsoft will include in the Microsoft 365 Consumer subscription. But the job description suggests that the bundle might consist Windows, Office 365, Skype, Cortana, and Bing.

Also read: Office 365 apps for Windows and Mac get new features

Since the launch of Microsoft 365, the company is working on broadening its reach and improve the functionalities. Last month, a number of new features were added to Microsoft 365 which were focused on improving productivity, helping users transition to cloud, and providing better support.

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