Choosing an Office 365 license is a critical step before migrating to the cloud. With multiple options for small, medium and enterprise businesses, navigating the differences can get overwhelming. This Office 365 license comparison will reveal the options available within Business and Enterprise options available to help you make the correct choice for your organization.
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Price Comparison for Office 365 Business Plans and Enterprise Licenses
When comparing Office 365 licenses, price is one of the first questions decision-makers ask. Here are the prices of each Office 365 Business and Enterprise license:
|…||1 Year Agreement ($/user/month)||1 Month Agreement ($/user/month)|
|Office 365 Business Essentials||$5.00||$6.00|
|Office 365 Business Plan||$8.25||$10.00|
|Office 365 Business Premium||$12.50||$15.00|
|Office Enterprise E1||$8.00||Annual Commitment Only|
|Office Enterprise E3||$20.00||Annual Commitment Only|
|Office Enterprise E5||$35.00||Annual Commitment Only|
|Office Enterprise Pro Plus||$12.00||Annual Commitment Only|
The base price per user for Office 365 Business and Enterprise Plans ranges from $5 to $30, and this cost can quickly add up for larger organizations. On the other hand, if you rely on certain functionalities like Rights Management or cloud PBX, bundling these services into your license can actually save your organization money.
To better weigh the costs to your organization, let’s compare the features of the Office 365 Business and Enterprise plans.