What is Microsoft 365?
Microsoft 365 is a productivity cloud designed to help us get things done in our work and life with best-in-class Office apps, intelligent cloud services, and advanced security.
The difference between monthly, annual and annual commitment payments
Various payment options It exists to give customers as much flexibility as possible.
The Microsoft 365 Business Basic, Apps for business, Business Standard, and Business Premium plans are available for monthly commitment payment or annual commitment payment.
Monthly Commitment Payments: You make monthly commitment payments. And you can cancel anytime.
Annual commitment payment: You will register for one year of use. But you can choose to pay monthly or pay for the whole year at the time of registration. There is a discount for using this payment option.
Microsoft 365 Enterprise and Office 365 Enterprise plans (including standalone plans such as Exchange Online) and Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise are available for annual commitment payment.
Annual Commitment Payment: You will register for one year of use. But you can choose to pay monthly or pay for the whole year at the time of registration.
Will Microsoft 365 work when I’m not connected to the Internet?
The Office apps you install on your PC or Mac, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, are available to you when you’re not online.
With OneDrive in Microsoft 365, you get offline accessible file storage when you make changes while offline. That change will be synced to OneDrive and all your devices when you reconnect.
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