Microsoft to Increase Prices for Office 365 and Microsoft 365 in March 2022



After a decade of no price increases for Office 365 licenses, Microsoft plans to introduce new pricing effective March 1, 2022. The uplifts range from $3 to $4 extra per user per month. This doesn’t sound much, but an extra $36 per user per year for Office 365 E3 quickly mounts up. And when you look at the overall installed base, some eyewatering numbers are involved. While we might complain about increases, I still think Office 365 and Microsoft 365 are reasonable value.

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Funny how they still charge some hefty price for things like SPO storage, or the 500GB add-ons for eDiscovery/Stream which add up to $1000 per year... yay the economics of scale :D
To be fair, the move of Teams meeting recordings from Stream to OneDrive for Business has mitigated the need for anyone to buy extra storage for Stream.