Microsoft recently announced that it will hold an online launch on March 30, with content focused on the software ecosystem such as Office, and the average consumer subscription version of Microsoft 365 Life is likely to be officially unveiled at the launch. As previously revealed, Microsoft 365 Life will include other productivity tools, such as password manager, in addition to Office 365 services, and subscription prices will be consistent with Office 365 services.
In addition, Microsoft may introduce a lifetime version of the Microsoft Teams communication tool, which includes features such as sending location, shared family calendars, and file sharing. Microsoft Teams may also be included in the upcoming Microsoft 365 Life subscription bundle.
Microsoft launched the Microsoft 365 service for enterprise users in 2017, integrating Office 365 Enterprise, Windows 10 Enterprise, and Enterprise Mobility plus Security.