Hosting companies are scrambling to find ways to keep their online presence updated with new versions of Microsoft’s hosting services, as new versions come out that offer higher uptime and more secure configurations.
In a blog post Friday, Microsoft announced that it will soon start offering a free tier of Internet hosting for users with limited bandwidth to use on Windows Azure.
That’s a bit of a catch-22 for those who are just looking to get online in the first place.
That said, it does mean that Microsoft is offering a new way to get Internet connectivity.
The company announced plans to offer two new tiers of Internet service starting this week.
Microsoft said it is offering customers a free trial tier that will give them access to Azure services for 12 months.
That is a good way to start out with Internet service, but it is still not the most cost-effective option.
The company said it will charge $10 per month for a 12-month subscription to the $39/month subscription tier.
Microsoft said it would offer free tier pricing for all other customers as well.
The plan will come in two tiers, with the first offering 30GB of unlimited storage space, and the second offering 100GB of free storage space.
For those who want more space, Microsoft said customers will be able to upgrade to the higher-capacity tier of $49/month.
The other new tier is the 100GB tier.
That tier will offer 100GB for $99/month, and will allow customers to add up to 100GB storage for free.
Microsoft will charge a monthly fee of $15 to upgrade from the free tier to the 100G tier, but the price for the new tier will be reduced by $50 to $39.
The $39 upgrade will still be available to customers who already have a free Microsoft Web Hosting account.
Microsoft is also offering a $39 plan for those looking to use Azure.
The service will give customers unlimited storage for $39 per month.
That plan will allow up to 10 concurrent connections to be made at once, but users will need to be a member of Microsoft Web Services to use that tier.
For the $69 plan, Microsoft will give users unlimited bandwidth for $59 per month, and they will be given access to an unlimited number of Azure services.
Microsoft’s new pricing model for this service will come into effect next month.
The pricing model Microsoft announced Friday will be the same as that that’s available for other hosting services like Microsoft WebEx and Vyatta.
Microsoft is using a new pricing method for Azure, though.
For all of its hosting offerings, Microsoft is charging for the cost of a hosting service per month of usage, not for the service itself.
Microsoft plans to charge $20 for a year of Azure hosting, and $30 for a one-year subscription.
For now, Microsoft has not released any details about pricing for Azure services, but its offering is available for free on Azure.com.
This means that Microsoft customers will have to sign up for a Microsoft Web hosting account to access this service.
Microsoft did not provide any details as to how the pricing will work for users who are looking to upgrade.