So, not, in fact, free at all.
Microsoft has rejigged its Office Live Small Business product to pull in more customers by bringing three existing paid-for versions under one roof for free. Instead of charging for the apps, the company aims to scoop up cash by charging for some add-on tools. Office Live Small Business is aimed at companies with ten …
No, you heard me right! Absolutely free!... What?... No sir I... If you'd let me talk... No sir I do not want you to sign your life away... Yes sir, it's really free... Yes sir... All you have to do is sign here... Okay, that's gr... Sorry?... Small print?... You want to see the small print... [DAMN!]
14.95 is really cheap for free.
Normally free is a lot more than that.
Microsoft makes Google look expensive. I use "Bring your own domain" to Google and I get free hosting, free docs, Picasa, Gmail, etc. And the cost of this free service is nothing. Now Google has some real competition. Nothing verses $14.95.
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