It's all about the dollar. More and more companies are forcing consumers to jump on the annual subscription train. The latest "death" of perpetual licenses is Microsoft's Outlook Premium offering. Microsoft is no longer accepting new subscribers to Outlook.com Premium. For now, you'll have to get an Office 365 subscription to get the ad-free features. If you are already an Outlook Premium user, the account will automatically be migrated to Office 365. As Windows guru Paul Thurrott says, "… that sucks."
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