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Managing subscriptions for Office 365 Merger

Managing subscriptions for Office 365 Merger

Managing subscriptions for Office 365 Merger

We have several affiliates that are on Office 365 currently with their own account but would like to consolidate their accounts into our primary account. There's quite a bit of online support regarding migration tools and methods but I don't see anything regarding the subscription costs.

What I mean by this is that if Company A has 100 full subscriptions at $12/mo on their account and we convert them to our account and create 100 new users at $12/mo is their a program from Company A to be able to cancel their subscription without further cost? I believe most are annual subscriptions so does the moving company simply have to eat that cost for the remainder of their subscription?

RE: Managing subscriptions for Office 365 Merger

Are the accounts annual or month to month? We use monthly billing so when we cancel accounts we are only out that month. They may even be prorated. I have never checked. Support is normally pretty good. If you just ask support they should be able to tell you pretty quick.

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