Microsoft has established a consistent global pricing structure for its Cloud services, aligning prices to the U.S. dollar. This ensures customers across various geographies and currencies experience consistent pricing. From February 1, 2024, pricing adjustments will be made in several currencies.
Microsoft Cloud: Consistent Global Pricing
Microsoft has recently made significant changes to its cloud pricing, establishing a transparent and defined cadence. This move is aimed at aligning Microsoft Cloud pricing globally to U.S. dollar levels.
Microsoft is adjusting prices for its cloud services to global levels, prioritizing local pricing stability for on-premises. This ensures customers across different geographies and currencies will encounter consistent pricing, reflecting the exchange rate of the local currency to the U.S. dollar (USD).
“This ensures that customers across different geographies and currencies will encounter consistent pricing.”
Starting February 1, 2024, pricing for Microsoft Cloud and software services will be adjusted in several currencies. These include the Brazilian Real, Indian Rupee, Korean Won, Norwegian Krone, Swedish Krona, Taiwan New Dollar, Japanese Yen, and Chinese Yuan.
Important to Know
Microsoft will continue to assess pricing in local currency as part of a regular twice-a-year cadence, taking into consideration currency fluctuations relative to the USD. This will provide increased transparency and predictability for customers globally.
“This will provide increased transparency and predictability for customers globally.”
Microsoft remains committed to the success of its customers and partners. It will continue to invest to enable customers to innovate, consolidate and eliminate operating costs, optimize business performance and efficiency, and provide the foundation for a strong security strategy.
The Microsoft Cloud continues to be priced competitively. This move to a globally consistent pricing model is a testament to Microsoft’s commitment to its customers worldwide.
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