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Microsoft Office 365 for Education plans

Microsoft Introducted Office 365 for Education yesterday and here are the details on Plans.

Reference -
  1. Sign up for a 30-day trial. Explore the features and benefits of Office 365 for up to 50 users.
  2. Verify eligibility. At any time during the trial you can have Microsoft verify your domain’s eligibility for academic prices.
  3. Start using the service. Deploy the free service (A2) to your entire institution or purchase other services.
To qualify for Office 365 for education you must be an accredited educational institution. You will be required to sign a contract and attest that you are an eligible customer. Microsoft reserves the right to verify eligibility at any time and suspend the service for ineligible customers. Learn more
Free for academic institutions
Students: $2.50 per user/month
Faculty and staff: $4.50 per user/month
Students: $3 per user/month
Faculty and staff: $6 per user/month
  • Cloud-based email, calendar and contacts
  • Use your own domain name
  • Instant messaging, voice and video chat
  • Online conferencing with desktop sharing
  • Web-based viewing and editing of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files
Everything in A2, plus:
  • Office Professional Plus 2010 desktop version subscription (for up to 5 devices per user) or Mac Office 2011
  • Unlimited email storage
  • Archiving
  • eDiscovery tools to support your compliance needs
  • Hosted voicemail support
Everything in A3, plus:
  • Enterprise voice capabilities
    Replace or enhance a PBX with Lync Server on-premises
  • All A plans also include:
  • Financially-backed 99.9% availability
  • Live 24 x 7 customer phone support for advanced IT issues
  • Single sign on using latest federation technology
  • Configurable anti-spam filtering
  • Free Active Directory synchronization
Please contact your Microsoft account representative if you are a Microsoft Core CAL, Enterprise CAL, or Office Professional Plus subscriber.


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