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Microsoft and Amazon to sell package drop boxes and other software packages for free

Microsoft and the U.S. Postal Service are set to begin selling packages for use in their mailrooms, the companies announced on Wednesday.

The packages will include Microsoft Office 365 Suite, Microsoft Office for Business, Microsoft OneDrive, and more.

The package drop box, or PDL, is a way for customers to save time, as it doesn’t require a subscription.

A PDL typically has the ability to store and organize data and files for use at home, on the road, or at work.

It’s typically used by organizations with large data centers and is a popular way for smaller organizations to get their data off the cloud, while still getting the benefits of an on-premises PDL.

Microsoft and USPS said in a joint announcement that the packages will be available for download from the companies websites, in the mailroom, or in the marketplace.

Microsoft said the packages would be free of charge.

The U.K. Post Office announced earlier this year that it would be making its own package dropboxes available for use for free.

In the U, the postal service announced plans to make free packages available to the public starting this month.

Amazon also announced plans in the coming weeks to make its own PDLs available to customers.

Microsoft has said it plans to offer the free packages for five years.