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Shell1
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ELI5 the new pricing structure

Hi there

 

I'd like to preface this by saying I have read the Microsoft FAQs several times but conflicting advice online.

 

I work for a not for profit who have the 365 suite. We have a few apps for our internal processes. We do not use any Premium Connectors as the apps are very basic.  We only use SP as a connector.  From what I understand, its likely to be £3.50 ($5) per person per app per month from 1st Oct. We have never had to pay before this time as it seems to have been included in our 365 license (whatever this is.) However, still lots of comments online that this cost only applies if you use Premium Connections? 

 

Can someone please "Explain Like I'm 5" what we have to pay from 1st October for access to our 3 apps for a small team of 25 for non premium connections? We haven't had to pay anything yet (in UK so charges seem very recent). Going from £0 to anything for a NFP means we will likely have to cease using the platform. 

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ChrisPiasecki
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Hi @Shell1,

 

You heard correct in that Power Apps per app or per user licenses are required for the use of premium connectors. The prices are simply being reduced by half price starting Oct 1st. If you are using standard connectors only, then you can simply ignore this since Microsoft 365 allows you to use the standard connectors for Power Apps and Power Automate. 

 

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Thanks so much, your explanation was so clear -I wish the official documentation was!! 

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ChrisPiasecki
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Dual Super User

Hi @Shell1,

 

You heard correct in that Power Apps per app or per user licenses are required for the use of premium connectors. The prices are simply being reduced by half price starting Oct 1st. If you are using standard connectors only, then you can simply ignore this since Microsoft 365 allows you to use the standard connectors for Power Apps and Power Automate. 

 

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Thanks so much, your explanation was so clear -I wish the official documentation was!! 

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