Move from a Microsoft Intune free trial to a paid subscription
Updated: April 24, 2015
Applies To: Microsoft Intune
When you have completed your free trial, you can move to a paid subscription. You can license Intune in the following ways:
Microsoft Intune subscriptions are licensed on a per-user basis. For more information see How to buy Microsoft Intune.
The Enterprise Mobility Suite provides Intune, Azure Active Directory Premium, Azure RMS services. Contact your Microsoft account manager or local reseller for more details, or see Enterprise Mobility Suite.
The Enterprise Agreement (EA) is the best licensing program for organizations with more than 250 users. The EA gives you the flexibility to choose among on-premises software and online services to best suit your user needs and help you optimize your technology spend. Contact your Microsoft account manager or local reseller for more details, or see the Enterprise Volume Licensing site.
The Online Services volume licensing program is designed specifically for organizations with less than 250 users. Use this program to subscribe, manage, and deploy your Intune services.
To navigate Intune documentation on TechNet, see the Intune Site Map. Want to try Intune? Sign up for a 30-day trial.