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Microsoft Price Increase 2022

Microsoft announced price increases across most of their Microsoft 365 license types that go into effect on March 1st.  In Microsoft’s price change announcement, they explained that Office 365 has not had a substantive price increase since its launch in June 2011. During that time, they have added 24 applications to the suite, including Teams, PowerApps, Power BI, Planner, Visio and OneDrive and released over 1400 new features across the suite, including security, AI, and collaboration improvements.


In addition to the pricing increase, Microsoft will now be including unlimited dial-in capabilities (Audio Conferencing) for Team Meetings to meet the needs of remote and mobile workers.


The Price increases are as follows:


License type

Old Price

New Price


Microsoft 365 Business Basic




Microsoft 365 Business Premium




Office 365 E1




Office 365 E3




Office 365 E5




Microsoft 365 E3




If you have any questions about these price increases, please do not hesitate to reach out to our team. We are happy to go through them consult on what the best options are if changes are needed.

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