Office 365 for consumers is available as a trial version for only one month, and to activate it you are required to insert a payment method:
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In this article we will show you how to get Office 365 free for 3 months without the need of a credit card.
The trick we are going to use is the free trial of Office 365 E5 (Enterprise) that Microsoft is giving away to developers.
First let’s go to this page and click on JOIN NOW:
On the next page, login with a Microsoft account (Outlook, Hotmail, Live, MSN).
Now select the country, enter a name for the company and accept the terms and conditions, then click on NEXT.
On the next page just select some areas of interest and then click on JOIN at the bottom of the page:
In the new page that appears you can close the popup that has opened and then click on SET UP SUBSCRIPTION:
In the new pop-up that opens choose a username for the first user who will be the license administrator, a domain, and a password.
In the next step you will have to enter a valid mobile number to confirm your identity.
After a bit of loading, the account is ready. In our case, a warning was shown informing that OneDrive and other features would not be active immediately. In any case, we are not interested in OneDrive, as once the three months have expired it would become impossible to access it.
On this page, click on Go to subscription to access the installation:
You will be asked to log in, enter the administrator credentials that you have just created. You will finally be inside the admin account and you can just click on Install Office at the top right of the screen to start the installation.
Warning: clicking directly on Install Office will install the 32-bit version in the language in which you are viewing this page.
If you want to install 64-bit Office or in another language, click on Other installation options:
Then on Apps and devices:
And finally choose the language and architecture you prefer: