Microsoft Teams Subscriptions - Monthly PAYG or Annual Plans

Microsoft Teams is a telephony, chat, collaboration and video conferencing platform that enables communication from any location - via text chat, voice call or video conference from Windows, IOS, Android and compatible desk, video & conference phones.

Microsoft Teams Common Area Phone Subscription
The Microsoft Teams Common Area Phone subscription enables the use of Common Area Phone devices with your Microsoft 365 Phone System.

A common area phone (CAP) is typically placed in an area like a lobby or another area that is available to a lot of people and is only used for placing calls. For example, a reception area phone, door phone or meeting room phone, CAPs are set up as devices rather than users and automatically sign into a network
Microsoft Teams Exploratory Experience - Free Trial (12 months/3000 users) Subscription
The Microsoft Teams Exploratory Experience lets users in your organisation who have Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) and aren't licensed for Microsoft Teams initiate an exploratory experience of Microsoft Teams for up to 3000 seats for 12 months.
Admins can switch this feature on or off for users in their organisation

The service plans that an admin will see as part of the Microsoft Teams Exploratory experience are:

Microsoft Exchange Online (Plan 1)
Microsoft Flow for Microsoft 365 or Office 365
Insights by MyAnalytics
Microsoft Forms (Plan E1)
Microsoft Planner
Microsoft Search
Microsoft StaffHub
Microsoft Stream for Microsoft 365 and Office 365 E1 SKUs 1
Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Mobile Device Management for Microsoft 365 or Office 365
Microsoft Office Mobile Apps for Office 365
Microsoft Office Online
Microsoft PowerApps for Microsoft 365 or Office 365
Microsoft SharePoint Online (Plan 1)
Microsoft Sway
Microsoft To-Do (Plan 1)
Microsoft Whiteboard (Plan 1)
Microsoft Yammer Enterprise

1 The change from using Microsoft Stream to OneDrive for Business and SharePoint for meeting recordings will be a phased approach. At launch, you'll be able to opt in to this experience. In November, you'll have to opt out if you want to continue using Stream. Sometime in early 2021, we'll require all customers to use OneDrive for Business and SharePoint for new meeting recordings.