Outlook.com Premium gives you all the benefits of a free outlook email address and inbox, but it also has extra features that hardcore and heavy users will appreciate. You have to pay a yearly fee for their premium services, but the functionality benefits and streamlining benefits alone are enough to justify the fee, especially compared to the usability of email services such as MailGet, CakeMail, Emma and Get Response.
Your regular email services with an upgrade
With Outlook.com Premium, you may continue to use all the email domains that you do with the free version, which includes Microsoft, outlook, live, skype, msn and hotmail. The most obvious change is the fact that your inbox is no longer littered with advertisements, which creates a distraction-free environment, and helps your browser pages load more quickly. You may still use calendar functions, but it is easier to share them and your documents with your email contacts. You may get up to five personalized emails that have custom domains. For example, instead of having Jimmy@msn.com, you can have Jimmy@JimmysCakes.com. The whole system is still powered by the outlook.com service, which is the service you may use for free, which means the service is still reliable and still has very high security.
A few extra perks for a very low price
The Outlook.com Premium service is only suitable for heavy users. There is little point in opting for personalized email addresses if you rarely use your email, and you will not feel the benefit of an ad-free working environment if you are not using your email service on a regular basis. Outlook.com Premium is also great for people sharing customized email addresses who also have to share documents and calendar entries on a regular basis.