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Microsoft Goes After Disgruntled Google Customers

Last month, Google announced its unpopular decision to start charging free “legacy” G Suite users from May 1.

Never one to overlook an opportunity, Microsoft has now targeted disgruntled Google customers with a hefty discount offer for Microsoft 365.

“If you’re a small business that’s relied on G Suite legacy free edition, we couldn’t help but notice you might be in the market for a new solution,” says Jared Spataro, head of Microsoft 365.

“We’ve got news for you: today, you can get a 60 percent discount on a 12-month Microsoft 365 Business Basic, Business Standard, or Business Premium subscription, along with the help you need to make the move.”

The offer includes custom domains, Business Assist support for help migrating systems across to 365, Microsoft Teams, the Office suite, and cloud storage on OneDrive.

Google has also responded to the backlash, promising to “provide an option for you to move your non-Google Workspace paid content and most of your data to a no-cost option.” It’s unclear what exactly this entails.

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