Microsoft "Office 365 E3", disable one of two active subscriptions..

rockie 20 Reputation points
2023-11-09T12:11:11.1966667+00:00

Greetings!

What if I had "Office 365 E3 (Month to Month)‎" subscription, and also have "Office 365 E3" that my organization enabled for me. If I disable 'Month to Month' subscription, will it automatically switch to another active subscription?

What I see now is warning that "Your data can be deleted"..

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But I have another "Office 365 E3" that is active and associated with my account..

Best regards

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  1. Matthew Crocker 261 Reputation points
    2023-11-20T09:02:29.0933333+00:00

    If you have expired and active subscriptions for a Product with the same Service Plan Identifier then the assigned Licenses will be retained. However, if your new plan uses a different product identifier you will have to assign the new one to users. In your case it is likely you are looking at a continuance of the Office 365 E3 (ENTERPRISEPACK). The M365 Admin Center under Billing > Your Products, shows the Subscriptions and Billing > Licenses will show the resulting licenses currently active. (n.b. Lifecycle States are explained here).

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