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Microsoft announced new pricing for its Microsoft 365 plans, applied from next year

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Microsoft announced new pricing for its Microsoft 365 plans, applied from next year

Starting next year, Microsoft plans to increase the pricing of its commercial software Microsoft 365, cloud-based software that runs the Microsft Office suite by purchasing a subscription monthly or yearly basis.

The new pricing of Microsoft 365 is listed below, and will be applied from next year on March 1, 2022, while the company said, there are no changes to pricing for education and consumer products at this time.
  • Microsoft 365 Business Basic (from $5 to $6 per user)
  • Microsoft 365 Business Premium (from $20 to $22)
  • Office 365 E1 (from $8 to $10)
  • Office 365 E3 (from $20 to $23)
  • Office 365 E5 (from $35 to $38)
  • Microsoft 365 E3 (from $32 to $36)

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Since its launch a decade ago, Office 365 has grown to over 300 million commercial paid seats. Along the way, we have continuously re-invested to meet the changing needs of our customers. Four years ago, we introduced Microsoft 365 to bring together the best of Office, Windows, and Enterprise Mobility and Security (EMS). That same year we added Microsoft Teams as the only integrated solution where you can meet, chat, call, collaborate, and automate business processes—right in the flow of work.

In fact, since introducing Microsoft 365 we have added 24 apps to the suites—Microsoft Teams, Power Apps, Power BI, Power Automate, Stream, Planner, Visio, OneDrive, Yammer, and Whiteboard—and have released over 1,400 new features and capabilities in three key areas.

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