What subscription do I have?

If you're an admin, you can verify which subscriptions your organization has by going to the admin center.

Not an admin? See What Office 365 business product or license do I have?

Note

If you're not using the new Microsoft 365 admin center, you can turn it on by selecting the Try the new admin center toggle located at the top of the Home page.

  1. In the admin center, go to the Billing > Products & services page.

  2. Your subscriptions are displayed on the Products & services page, together with the subscription name, information about the subscription, and its status. To see a condensed view, select Table view.

  1. In the admin center, go to the Billing > Subscriptions page.

  2. If you have only one subscription, it will be displayed on the Subscriptions page, along with the subscription name, information about the subscription, and its status. In the following screenshot, you can see that I have an Office 365 Business subscription.

    The Subscriptions page that shows which subscription you have as well as its status.

  3. If you have multiple subscriptions, you'll see a column next to the detailed subscription information that lists the subscriptions that have been purchased, as well as any trial subscriptions. By default, the subscription at the top of the list is automatically selected, and the detailed information for that subscription is shown.

    If you have multiple subscriptions, choose the one for which you want to see detailed information. The subscription card will update with information about that subscription.

    The Subscriptions page of the admin center showing a list of multiple subscriptions grouped by their status.

    Note

    If you have subscriptions that have expired or have been disabled, they'll be listed based on their current state.

  1. In the admin center, go to the Billing > Subscriptions page.

  2. If you have only one subscription, it will be displayed on the Subscriptions page, along with the subscription name, information about the subscription, and its status. In the following screenshot, you can see that I have an Office 365 Business subscription.

    The Subscriptions page that shows which subscription you have as well as its status.

  3. If you have multiple subscriptions, you'll see a column next to the detailed subscription information that lists the subscriptions that have been purchased, as well as any trial subscriptions. By default, the subscription at the top of the list is automatically selected, and the detailed information for that subscription is shown.

    If you have multiple subscriptions, choose the one for which you want to see detailed information. The subscription card will update with information about that subscription.

    The Subscriptions page of the admin center showing a list of multiple subscriptions grouped by their status.

    Note

    If you have subscriptions that have expired or have been disabled, they'll be listed based on their current state.

Subscriptions and billing