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OneDrive for Business is now available as a standalone service

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A few weeks ago, we shared exciting news about OneDrive for Business.

“OneDrive For Business Throws Down Gauntlet For Box, Dropbox.”
─ Alex Wilhelm, TechCrunch

 

We’re pleased to announce that the new standalone OneDrive for Business subscription plan is now available!

 

How do I get OneDrive for Business?

The new OneDrive for Business standalone plan is available via two promotional deals over the next six months, starting today, April 1st, through September 2014. *

Here are the pricing details for the standalone plan:

 

– Introductory promotional pricing: $2.50 per user per month (a 50% discount on standard pricing, $5 per user per month).*

– For customers with Office with Software Assurance (SA) or Office 365 ProPlus: $1.50 per user per month.

 

OneDrive for Business comes with most Office 365 and SharePoint Online plans at no additional cost. Customers who are already using Office 365 and OneDrive for Business today do not need to do anything – just keep loving it.

 

Get OneDrive for Business today

You can learn more about OneDrive for Business here, and get started today.


Julia White
General Manager, Office 365 Technical Product Management

 

* Promo pricing in effect for duration of agreement when purchased in the promo period (April-September 2014).

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