OneDrive for Business Service Plan is gone

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Hello, I recently wanted to disable the OneDrive for Business Service Plan in a M365 E5 license, but the service plan is not longer listed. The same in O365 E3 licenses. I can still buy the OneDrive for Business Plan 1 and 2, but it seems the plan is not longer listed in license packages. Is the OneDrive service plan now a part of the SharePoint Online plan? 

Someone with the same experience?

 

 

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It has been like that for ages. Only the standalone plans and plans like O365 family have a separate service plan for OneDrive. Refer to the official documentation here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/enterprise-users/licensing-service-plan-refe...
Thanks for the update. I don't think for ages, but good to know.
Two years ago I made a OneDrive rollout where I was able to disable the OneDrive plan in O365 E3 licenses, at least in our tenant.

@Vasil Michev Onedrive for Business includes plan1, and can also be purchased for $10.00 per month on 365 Business Basic and higher

OneDrive for business (Plan 2)

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