Easily Compare Office 365 Plans


Last week I attended and spoke at an amazing new conference in Toronto called CollabCon. The organizing was great, speakers were amazing and attendees were really fun and engaging & I highly recommend that if you’re from Canada, you should attend the 2016 event. However, this is not what this blog post is aboutJ. While at the conference, Microsoft had a booth and they gave away a small pamphlet in which you could easily compare Office 365 plans. I found the pamphlet a lot easier to read and view the differences between plans than the web version which you can find here.

Here is what the pamphlet contains:

What is Office 365?

Compare Office 365 Plans

Office 365 for Small & Midsize Business

Compare Office 365 Plans

Enterprises & Non Profits

Compare Office 365 Plans

Government and Education

Compare Office 365 Plans

What do you think about this pamphlet? Do you find it more useful than the web version? Do you have a site where it’s easier to compare? Let me know in the comments!

To visit CollabCon click the logo below

To visit the web version of the O365 Plan Compare click the logo below

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  • March 16, 2015 at 6:20 pm
    Matthew Workman

    That’s actually a really nice document… my question is, is that downloadable somewhere that you are aware of? I would definitely much rather use this than the web site!

    • March 18, 2015 at 10:42 pm

      Couldn’t find it anywhere :(. That’s why I uploaded the pictures.

      If you ever find it, let me know!

  • April 14, 2015 at 7:15 am

    Vlad, useful post. One thing they have omitted is Office 365 Pro Plus which I notice is still shown in the Office products website. Is this one of those things that Microsoft quietly phases out..such as Community sites, cardspace et al.

  • April 19, 2015 at 9:29 pm

    Hey Vlad,

    I compiled a table which has all of this information from that pamphlet, really liked it as well:



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