Office 365 Now on Microsoft's Price List, Available for Order by Volume License for Enterprise Agreement Customers

Microsoft has yet to announce the general availability of Office 365, but the Redmond company is sure getting ready to sell subscriptions. Microsoft's Sjonia Harper revealed that Office 365 has been added to Microsoft's price list for customers with Volume License or Enterprise license agreements."Today is June 1, 2011 which means volume licensing customers can […]

Microsoft has yet to announce the general availability of Office 365, but the Redmond company is sure getting ready to sell subscriptions. Microsoft's Sjonia Harper revealed that Office 365 has been added to Microsoft's price list for customers with Volume License or Enterprise license agreements.

"Today is June 1, 2011 which means volume licensing customers can start ordering Office 365 - the next release of our hosted solutions for SharePoint, Exchange, Lync, and Office. The official launch date hasn't been announced yet, but it's very soon," Harper revealed.

"We've offerings for Small Business and Enterprise. The beta is still open for those of you who want to try before you buy. Check the Buyer's Guide for more info. If your organinzation has 250 seats or more, please contact your Microsoft account manager or call 1-800-426-9400 for smaller companies, you can order directly from the Office 365 Portal when it becomes available."

"Plans for Small Business start as low at $6/user/month. If you're thinkng about a new or have an existing Enterprise Agreement, you now have to the option to include Office 365," Harperd added.

[Source: Sharper Blog