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I’m trying to see how exciting Dynamics 365 CRM customers, can benefit from the new 10 USD/user/month App license.
A company uses the Sales module on the “old” web interface. All users have the Dynamics 365 Enterprise Sales App license. They use Accounts, Contacts, Opportunity, Activities and some custom entities for xRM.
If we make model driven app in the existing solution. Add the same entities that they use to day. Switch all users to use that new model driving app. Can it then be true, that all users only need the new 10 USD App license?
Making model driven app in the existing solution with Sales module does not affect the price of the App license.
When you use the "old" web interface, the price is the same as after making the model-driven app.
Regarding the price, I'd recommend you contact the Billing Team experts for help.
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