Power Automate Pricing July 2020 August 2020 is available here for your reference.
The Power Automate Per User Plan Pricing is $15/mo as of July 23, 2020.
You can check here as well for official Microsoft info Microsoft Flow or Power Automate Pricing on flow.microsoft.com.
The Per user plan empowers individual users to create a set of unlimited flows based on the unique needs and use cases of your organization or government agency.
Here is Power Automate RPA Pricing July 2020 and August 2020 info:
The Power Automate RPA Pricing is $40/mo as of July 23, 2020.
The Per user plan with attended RPA (Robotic Process Automation) pricing level empowers individuals to start creating an unlimited amount of flows, and have the added bonus of gaining the power to automate legacy applications through the utilization of robotic process automation (RPA) and AI or Artificial Intelligence.
You can also license by Flow in a dedicated manner. If you have needs that would exceed standard use case or need high throughput, etc. you can use the per flow plan.
You can implement flows with a reserved capacity that serves an unlimited users across an organization.
What are the differences in Azure Logic Apps Pricing versus Power Automate (formerly Microsoft Flow) Pricing in July 2020 and August 2020?
Please make a note that unlike in the past, when there used to be per Flow run billing in Flow as opposed to per action billing in Azure Logic Apps pricing, now the models are sort of more in line. Flow (Power Automate) has API calls included in the package, which are like the per action in Azure Logic Apps. There is no longer any benefit to try to optimize for Flow runs by stuffing actions in them like before, now Power Automate and Logic Apps are more similar in this respect. You may need the per-flow plan for use cases which require a very high number of calls (action steps) per month.
There are also some differences between Power Automate and Logic Apps that were tested and confirmed in June 2020, May 2020 etc and may be still true today as of July 23, 2020. For example, the Common Data Services or CDS connector has a “Current” or (Current) environment selector – this may be only in Power Automate. (if needed you can ask us for Dynamics 365 pricing in July 2020, August 2020 etc. or Common Data Service pricing). There are other differences and we can go over these with you if you like in a Power Automate training session or consulting session specifically on the topic of “Power Automate Pricing Training” for your convenience.