Everything you need to know about the impending change!

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In a couple of months, Microsoft 365 will be making the latest change to the pricing model.

It falls under the NCE (New Customer Experience) from Microsoft which aims to simplify billing and pricing.

In this episode of the “Techcess” technology podcast, host Mark Riddell will talk you through what’s changing and when.

He’ll also talk you through the prices you can expect to pay over the coming months whether you’re a monthly or annual subscriber.

You’ll learn:

  • When the changes to Microsoft 365’s pricing are happening
  • How much you can expect to be paying
  • The potential impact on small business and their budgets

Full transcript of the episode available here:

(http://traffic.libsyn.com/techcess/Microsoft_365_Prices_Are_Going_Up__Heres_What_You_Need_To_Know.pdf)

During this episode, Mark offers you the opportunity to drop him an email or connect on Linkedin.

Here’s his email to do so –

mark.riddell@m3networks.co.uk 

Here’s his Linkedin:

https://uk.linkedin.com/in/itsupportprovider

Get more valuable technology insights from m3’s blog pages, here.

Mark Riddell‘s technology podcast “Techcess” is an m3 Networks production. Mark and the team have created this podcast to help you and their clients understand how technology can help them in their industry and business, including helping them with cyber security solutions. To find out more about Mark Riddell and the rest of the m3 team, visit them here and follow them on Linkedin.

If you want to get in touch about technology or cyber security, just address an email directly at Mark hereHe’ll be very happy to hear from you.

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