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The service is now out of beta and available to all users worldwide

 
Microsoft has recently announced that its own Outlook.com email service was no longer a beta product, so all consumers across the globe can register for an account right now.

Microsoft has recently announced that its own Outlook.com email service was no longer a beta product, so all consumers across the globe can register for an account right now.

In addition, the company also rolled out the first commercial for the product, trying to let everyone know that Outlook.com is one of the best email services ever released.

Microsoft promised to launch a global advertising campaign that’s in the end supposed to greatly increase the 60-million user figure currently reported by the company.

“Now that Outlook.com is coming out of preview, we'll be kicking off a huge push across a number of countries around the world to drive even greater awareness and adoption of Outlook.com. Our goal is to make people everywhere aware of the new and compelling features provided by Outlook.com and to make it easy for them to give Outlook.com a try as a new email service,” the company said.

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