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Try Microsoft 365 for business

After your one-month free trial, Microsoft 365 Business Standard is USD$12.50 user/month (annual subscription–auto renews).Credit card required. Cancel your free trial any time to stop future charges.2

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Microsoft 365 apps on all your devices

Create professional documents with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook across all your devices.

Business-class email

Get professional email and calendaring with a 50 GB mailbox per user.

1 TB of cloud storage

Securely store, access, and share files anywhere with 1 TB of cloud storage per user.

Collaboration and meeting tools

Chat, host online meetings, and work together on important documents, all with Microsoft Teams.

Try all the apps and services free for one month

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Build a more productive team

Simplify business processes, protect users, data, and customer information, and empower employees to create their best work. Add up to 25 users during your Microsoft 365 free trial and additional users once the trial period ends.

Benefits for businesses

Set up a custom domain

Look professional with a custom, branded domain to build credibility for your business.

Try it free for one month

Start with the basics, then add more users or upgrade for additional apps and services as your business grows.

Get support around the clock

Access help when you need it with call, chat, and online how-to resources.

Security you can trust

Help protect employees, data, and customer information without hindering productivity.

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Frequently asked questions

Get answers to common questions about the Microsoft 365 free one-month trial.

  • With a trial for any Microsoft 365 business plan (Microsoft 365 Business Basic, Business Standard, Business Premium, or Apps for business) you’ll get full access to the apps included in the selected plan at no cost for the first 30 days, for up to 25 users. After 30 days, your free trial will automatically convert to a paid subscription, and the subscription price will be charged to the payment method you provided at sign-up. Once your trial converts to a paid subscription, you’ll be able to adjust plan options, add more users, or switch to another plan that better suits your needs.

  • You can add up to 25 users during the trial period. Each user can install Microsoft 365 apps on up to five PCs or Macs, five tablets, and five mobile devices3. After the trial period ends, you can add more users if needed.

  • Select "Try free for one month" and complete the following steps:

    1. Choose the number of users you want to include in your trial (up to 25 users). 
    2. Set up your username and password. 
    3. Provide payment information to enable future payments and help ensure that you won’t experience service interruptions once your trial period ends. Cancel online any time during the trial period without penalty. Once your payment method is confirmed, you'll be able to sign in to to install or start using Microsoft 365 apps.
  • Providing credit card information helps ensure uninterrupted service once your trial period ends. Your credit card won’t be charged until the end of the trial period. Cancel online any time during the trial period without penalty.

  • Your trial subscription will automatically convert to a paid subscription. You’ll be able to continue using your subscription and won’t need to reinstall Microsoft 365 apps. You may cancel your trial subscription before the free trial period ends to stop future charges. Learn how to turn off recurring billing in the Microsoft 365 admin center.

  • To cancel your subscription before the free trial period ends, go to the Microsoft 365 admin center to turn off recurring billing. Learn how to turn off recurring billing in the Microsoft 365 admin center. Once canceled, the subscription will automatically expire at the end of the free trial period, and your credit card won't be charged.

  • Your data is yours. If you cancel your Microsoft 365 trial subscription, you can download your data—for example, your email and documents on team sites—and save it to another location. You should save your data before cancelling. After you cancel your subscription, data associated with your Microsoft 365 account will be available to your administrator(s) in an account with limited function for 90 days.

  • When you sign up for a Microsoft business trial, you’ll be able to migrate your files using the migration tools available in the Microsoft 365 admin center. From there, you can choose your migration path using a step-by-step tool based on where your files are currently hosted, such as Google Workspace, Dropbox, Box, Egnyte, Yahoo, SharePoint Server, or other file sharing or email accounts. The length of the migration process depends on the amount of content you want to migrate. If you don’t have a Microsoft 365 business subscription, learn how to migrate your content to Microsoft 365. If you already have Microsoft 365 business subscription, sign in to the Microsoft 365 admin center to start migrating your content.

  • Yes, you can switch to another plan in the Microsoft 365 admin center. Learn how to try or buy a Microsoft 365 business subscription.

  • If you already have a Microsoft 365 business subscription, go to the Microsoft 365 admin center to try a different subscription. When you add a subscription, the new subscription is associated with the same organization, or domain, as your existing subscription. This association makes it easier to move users in your organization between subscriptions, or assign them a license for the other products they need.

  • If you signed up for the trial on this page, go to your Microsoft admin account and turn off the auto-renew option in the payment and billing area. The subscription will automatically expire when your trial period ends, and your credit card won’t be charged.

  • Learn how to try or buy a Microsoft 365 business subscription or contact the Microsoft 365 team to learn about our products, discuss use cases, or get pricing information.

  • [1] Once your paid subscription begins, cancellation policies vary based on your status as a new customer, product, and domain selections on Microsoft. Learn more. Cancel your Microsoft 365 subscription any time by going to the Microsoft 365 admin center. When a subscription is canceled, all associated data will be deleted. Learn more about data retention, deletion, and destruction in Microsoft 365.
  • [2] After your one-month free trial ends, your subscription will automatically convert to a 12-month paid subscription, and you’ll be charged the applicable subscription fee. Cancel anytime during your free trial to stop future charges. A credit card is required to sign up. Learn more.
  • [3] Availability of mobile apps varies by country/region.

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