As communicated in October 2022, Microsoft has established a defined and transparent cadence to its existing process of aligning Microsoft Cloud pricing globally to U.S. dollar levels. This ensures that customers across different geographies and currencies will encounter consistent pricing, reflecting the exchange rate of the local currency to the U.S. dollar (USD).
Today, Microsoft is adjusting prices for Microsoft cloud services to global levels and prioritizing local pricing stability for on-premises.
Starting February 1, 2024, pricing for Microsoft Cloud and software services will be adjusted in the following currencies:
|Brazilian Real (BRL)
|Indian Rupee (INR)
|Korean Won (KRW)
|Norwegian Krone (NOK)
|Swedish Krona (SEK)
|Taiwan New Dollar (TWD)
|Japanese Yen (JPY)2
|Chinese Yuan (CNY)2,3
|1Percentage changes on individual SKUs may vary slightly from these percentages due to pricing calculations and rounding rules.
2Japan and China changes will take place in April and May 2024 respectively.
3The “Cloud % Adjustment” of Chinese Yuan (CNY) indicated in the above table is only applicable to Global Commercial Cloud for China customers. More price change details for 21Vianet Clouds will be shared around early February 2024 timeframe.
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 and move to a pricing model that is most common in our industry.
The Microsoft Cloud continues to be priced competitively, and Microsoft remains deeply committed to the success of its customers and partners. We 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 that customers around the world have come to rely on.