Comparison: SharePoint Online Plan 1 vs SharePoint Online Plan 2

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SharePoint Online comes in two Plans. SharePoint Online Plan 1 and SharePoint Online Plan 2. The price is as follows:

SharePoint Online Plan 1: $4.00 per user/month
SharePoint Online Plan 2: $8.00 per user/month

The difference between SharePoint Online Plan 1 and Plan 2 are as follows:

Partner Access Plan (external partners)

SharePoint Online Kiosk 1 and Kiosk 2

SharePoint Online Plan 1

SharePoint Online Plan 2

Can access all team sites by default ?

No. External partners can only access the sites they have been invited to by delegated site collection owners.

Yes

Yes

Yes

My Site

No

No

Yes

Yes

Enterprise Features (Access, InfoPath Forms, Excel and Visio Services)

Yes. Can view Visio diagrams, visit Access-based webpages, view embedded Excel graphs and fill in and submit InfoPath forms

Yes. Can view Visio diagrams, visit Access-based webpages, view embedded Excel graphs and fill in and submit InfoPath forms

Yes. Can view Visio diagrams, visit Access-based webpages, view embedded Excel graphs and fill in and submit InfoPath forms

Yes. Can create and view Visio diagrams, build and visit Access-based webpages, build and view embedded Excel graphs and create/publish, fill in and submit InfoPath forms

Office Web Apps

View only.

View only for K1

View and edit for K2

View only for E1

View and edit for E2

View and edit

Adds storage to the company’s overall pooled quota?

No

No

Yes. 500MB per user subscription license

Yes. 500MB per user subscription license

Can be an administrator of tenant, site or site collection?

No

No

Yes

Yes



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