Microsoft has finally confirmed rumors claiming that the new Office 2013 productivity suite would go on sale by the end of the month, revealing that it would launch the updated software on January 29.
The Redmond-based technology titan launched a teaser website to confirm the January 29 release date, but also to launch the #timeto365 Twitter hashtag in an attempt to stir up interest for its new Office package.
As you probably know by now, Office 365 will come with a subscription-based service, with pricing to start at $99 (€73) per year for all those who wish to get the essential apps, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote.
In case you prefer the standard non-subscription Office, Microsoft has got you covered with a version that costs $139 (€103). Full pricing will be announced on January 29 too.