Effective October 1, 2021, Microsoft’s pricing Power Apps will be as follows:
- The Power Apps per user plan will be priced at $20 per user/month. This represents a 50% reduction from the previous price of $40 per user/month.
- The Power Apps per app plan will be priced at $5 per user/app/month. This represents a 50% reduction from the previous price of $10 per user/month.
This pricing for both plans will be available across Microsoft’s commerce channels, including the Volume Licensing (VL), Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) and web direct. There will be no license minimums or other purchase requirements. Plan entitlements remain unchanged, including the ability for users to run unlimited apps and portals.
Microsoft is implementing this price change to make the platform more accessible, whether customers are getting started with a small number of users or deploying at scale across their organization.
Another licensing change that Microsoft is doing is simplifying entitlements for the per app plan is providing users with the ability to run one app or access one portal, in contrast with the current entitlement of two apps and one portal. Customers with existing per app plan subscriptions purchased prior to Oct 1, 2021, will be grandfathered and maintain the current entitlement for the duration of their agreement term.
Another change made in tandem with the Power Apps licensing is related to the Power Apps portals login capacity. This is now available at a reduced price for eligible customers purchasing large volumes of sessions. This includes the addition of limited time offers for both for capacity tier 4 (25,000+ logins/month) and tier 5 (100,000+ logins/month).
With these limited time offers, Power Apps portals login capacity is available for a price as low as $12 per unit/month for tier 5 capacity. Please note that minimum unit quantities and other conditions may apply.
For customers interested in acquiring new Power App lessening, or help deploy existing licenses, Quisitive can help.
Through our Power Platform Quick Start (PPQS) service offering, Quisitive can help clients set the foundation and create a roadmap to establish a strong Power Platform strategy in as little as two weeks. Through a variety of workshops, our Power Platform experts will deep dive into your environment, review your data loss prevention policies, explore your current security and licensing state, and help you create a road map that works. For more information about the Power Platform Quick Start program, please click on the following link: Power Platform Quick Start Offering
For more information about the Power App pricing, please contact Spencer Stern, Quisitive’s National Practice Director for Business Application at [email protected]
Visit Pricing and licensing updates coming to Power Apps for more information: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/licensing/news/pricing_and_licensing_updates_coming_to_power_apps