Office 2016 will be available on September 22 for CB users, and the first CBB update will occur in February 2016.
The CBB plans are pricier, costing about $12 to $22 (£7-14, AU$16-31) per seat monthly, while the CB plans cost $8.25 to $12.50 (£5-8, AU$11-17) per seat monthly.
The CB and CBB policies only apply to customers who sign up for the Office 365 subscriptions.
With Office 2016, enterprise customers will be placed in similar Current Branch or Current Branch for Business, following a similar upgrade cadence as Windows 10.
Unlike Windows, however, there will not be a third Long Term Service Branch, or LTSB.
The company announced Office 2016's arrival earlier this month, confirming a number of updated features.
Find out everything you need to know below: What is Office 2016?Users on Current Branch will receive new updates and features faster.They trade off a little bit of stability as the new features may not have undergone large scale testing, but they also have access to new features sooner.Office 365 Home costs £79.99 per year or £7.99 per month.It can be installed on five PCs, five tablets and five phones.Office 2016 is Microsoft’s latest suite of applications, including word processing from Word, spreadsheet maker Excel, presentations with Power Point and note-gather One Note.