Office 365 and Microsoft 365 pricing changes
Microsoft announce that there will be per user per month price increases for the following products from 1 March, 2022:
- Office 365 E1 (up to $10 from $8)
- Office 365 E3 (up to $23 from $20)
- Office 365 E5 (up to $38 from $35)
- Microsoft 365 Business Basic (up to $6 from $5)
- Microsoft 365 Business Premium (up to $22 from $20)
- Microsoft 365 E3 (up to $36 from $32)
Find the announcement from Microsoft here: https://bit.ly/3kdqvBg.
Microsoft announce that from 1 April, 2020 there will be a new Office 365 E1 trial available in CSP for up to 3,000 users for 6 months. Find the announcement in the article here: https://bit.ly/2UOvUTG and, if you’re a partner, find a useful FAQ here: https://bit.ly/3bWv7WD.
An Office 365 Data Loss Prevention User SL is added to the September 2018 Product Terms and Online Services Terms documents. The table on page 34 of the OST is updated to show that Office 365 DLP is included in Office 365 E3/E5, and there’s a new table on page 94 of the Product Terms showing that this new licence is an Add-on for users of Microsoft 365 F1 or Office 365 Business Essentials, for example. As far as availability goes, page 65 shows that it’s just available through the EA or CSP. Find both of these monthly-updated documents here: http://bit.ly/MSPTOST.
Microsoft announce some additions to the components of the Office 365 K1 plan. In the coming weeks K1 users can expect to get access to this new set of capabilities: Microsoft StaffHub, OneDrive for Business, Skype for Business presence and instant messaging, Microsoft Teams, Office 365 Video, Microsoft PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow.
Find the announcement here: http://bit.ly/2odr8zb.
Microsoft announce that Office 365 Education plans are now available via the Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program. Find the full announcement here: http://bit.ly/2a5fi1R.