It's official. $20-a-month Copilot Pro subscription plan is coming

The plan costs $20 a month just like GPT-4-powered ChatGPT Plus.

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Key notes

  • Microsoft is launching a brand-new Copilot Pro subscription plan.
  • Copilot Pro brings all AI features to Office apps, custom GPTs, and priority access to latest models.
  • Previously, folks have spotted strings on Edge Canary that hinted at this.

Microsoft is launching a brand-new Copilot Pro subscription plan to the masses. The plan costs $20 a month just like GPT-4-powered ChatGPT Plus.

We previously reported “rumors” that the Redmond-based tech giant was working on bringing this subscription plan earlier today. Eagle-eyed folks at Android Authority found strings that hint at the creation of something called “Copilot Pro” during an APK teardown of the Edge Canary app.

Strings included, “Get the latest AI models, priority access for quick answers, and high-quality image creation with Copilot Pro,” and “You have access to the latest AI models, priority access for quick answers, and high-quality image creation with Copilot Pro.”

And now, it seems like rumors have been cleared. Microsoft has uploaded the video teaser just as seen above, and from the look of it, Copilot Pro gives you priority access to OpenAI’s latest models and AI features in all Windows apps like Word, Excel, and others. The whole shebangs, plus customizable Copilot GPT.

In Outlook, for example, you can get Copilot to summarize emails and extract important points out of them, which then you can use next on Word to draft documents. And then, in PowerPoint, you can ask the AI-powered companion to help you create visually compelling presentations using simple word prompts. The same goes for OneNote: you can generate ideas by listing all the pros and cons, summarize, create an idea for a draft, and more.

Microsoft has been going all out in promoting its Copilot as if it’ll soon become Windows’ primary experience. Besides this, the Redmond-based tech giant also opened up its Copilot AI features on popular Office apps for enterprises, large and small.

You can check out Copilot Pro and subscribe here and find out more about Copilot for Microsoft 365, another subscription plan, right here.