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I am looking for a free subscription for SharePoint / Project online / office 365,

My question : What're the steps to can access SharePoint / Project online / office 365 for free?

Thanks Andy

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Another way to get the free subscription apart from Benny's suggestion.

If you or your company own a MSDN subscription then you will get following benefits.

  • Office 365 Developer Subscription: Develop, test, and deploy add-ins for Office and SharePoint. Includes a one-tenant SharePoint Online Developer Site.
  • Azure $150 monthly credit. You can build you own sharepoint farm.
  • Pluralsight Full annual subscription. Learn SharePoint.
  • yes waqas our company own a a MSDN subscription , but we don't know the registration step ? – Aashirya Jun 15 '17 at 12:53
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    ask you company, asssing a license to you then go here and register urself. my.visualstudio.com – Waqas Sarwar MVP Jun 15 '17 at 12:56
  • Ask you company, asssing a license to you How ? – Aashirya Jun 15 '17 at 12:58
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    Basically, companies own Volume Licensing and they have multiple license for MSDN as per their agreement (vary for everyone). They have to assign a MSDN license to your windows live ID, once they do. then go to the url and register yourself – Waqas Sarwar MVP Jun 15 '17 at 13:03
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    i think both works, i assigned it to my outlook. But i am sure it will work with company email but we have to register that email as live id 1st – Waqas Sarwar MVP Jun 15 '17 at 13:06
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Join the Microsoft Office 365 Developer Program which will get you this:

Get virtual and in-person learning opportunities, benefits to help you become more innovative and successful, and access to connect with other developers.

  • One-year, FREE Office 365 developer subscription
  • Access to online trainings
  • In-person office hours with Microsoft engineers
  • Chances to win tickets to Microsoft conferences and industry events
  • Opportunities to participate in virtual hackathons to build modern productivity solutions with Office
  • Opportunities to meet with other developers in your area
  • Previews of and insights into Office Extensibility announcements

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