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Can Azure for Students be used for production or only for development?
Azure for Students provides access to all Azure products expressly intended to support education or teaching, non-commercial research, or efforts to design, develop, test, and demonstrate software applications for the above purposes.Learn more
Can I put my free trial on hold?
No. Your free trial subscription will expire after you've used your USD200 credit or after 30 days, whichever comes first.Learn more
Can I try Azure for free?
Try Azure for free for 30 days when you sign up for a free account. In addition to gaining access to popular products for free, you’ll get a USD200 credit to explore any Azure service within those 30 days. After your first 30 days or onc...Learn more
Do I pay anything to start with the Azure free account?
No. Starting is free, plus you get a USD200 credit you can spend during the first 30 days.Learn more
How can I extend my free trial?
After you've used your USD200 credit, or 30 days has passed (whichever comes first), you'll need to upgrade your account to a Pay-As-You-Go Azure subscription and remove the spending limit to keep using Azure. You'll still get access to ...Learn more
How to buy Azure?
There are several flexible purchasing options for Azure. The fastest and easiest way to pay for Azure is to purchase directly from Microsoft. Learn more about other purchasing options here.Learn more
Is Azure for Students available internationally?
Yes, it is available in the more than 140 countries/regions where Azure is commercially available. This doesn’t include sovereign cloud products in US Government, or Azure Germany regions. Azure for Students is available in:AfghanistanAl...Learn more
What do I need to sign up?
You need to provide a phone number and your academic organization’s email address (for example, your_name@your_school.edu) to sign up for an Azure for Students subscription.Learn more
Why do I need a phone number?
We use your phone number for identity verification.Learn more