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Microsoft Takes Copilot Pro Global With a Month of Free Access

Microsoft has announced it is expanding global access to Copilot Pro, its AI coding assistant originally launched in January. The software giant will now make Copilot available in 222 countries and offer new users a one-month free trial to experience the power of the AI tool.

With Copilot, developers gain priority access to the latest AI models from OpenAI along with the ability to customize Copilot with their own training data. Subscribers can also use Copilot Pro features within popular Office apps like Word and Outlook without needing a separate Microsoft 365 subscription.

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To take advantage of the one-month free trial, users must download the Copilot mobile app on iOS or Android devices. This trial offer comes after Microsoft aired a Super Bowl commercial focused on promoting the Copilot mobile experience. The trial aims to convert more developers and knowledge workers to the $20/month Copilot Pro subscription.

Looking ahead, Microsoft plans to bring Copilot capabilities to additional business software bundles and expand the mobile app integration to include the Microsoft 365 and Outlook mobile apps in the coming months. Developers can also expect new Copilot features to be shown at Microsoft’s Build conference in May as the company continues enhancing the tool.

Microsoft Takes Copilot Pro Global With a Month of Free Access