Danish Kapoor
Danish Kapoor

Microsoft Copilot Pro available in more countries with one-month free trial

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Microsoft introduced its artificial intelligence-supported assistant, called Copilot Pro, to users in January. The service, which has a monthly subscription fee of $20, can now be accessed in more countries. Thus, Microsoft, which wants to make Copilot Pro available to more users, which has become active in 222 countries in total, has also started to offer a one-month free trial.

With Microsoft Copilot Pro, you get priority access to the latest OpenAI models, the ability to create your own Copilot GPT, and access to Copilot from within Office apps if you’re a Microsoft 365 Personal or Home subscriber. Microsoft now allows using Copilot Pro in Office Web applications. This means that a separate Microsoft 365 subscription is no longer needed to use the chatbot in Word, Outlook and other free web applications.

Copilot Pro integration will come to mobile applications soon. Divya Kumar, general manager of search and artificial intelligence marketing at Microsoft, said: “We will expand this advantage to our free mobile applications, including the Microsoft 365 app and Outlook for iOS and Android, in the coming months.”

Microsoft integrates Copilot Pro trial into mobile app

Those who want to try Copilot Pro free of charge for a month must download the Copilot iOS or Android application. Microsoft is trying to persuade people to use Copilot’s mobile app through many methods, including a Super Bowl ad.

Microsoft is also expanding the availability of Copilot for Microsoft 365 to more businesses. Divya Kumar evaluated this expansion with the following words: “Customers with Microsoft 365 F3 and F1, Office 365 E1, Business Basic and more will be eligible to purchase Copilot for Microsoft 365 in the coming weeks.”

Danish Kapoor