Microsoft said today it will raise the maximum monthly cost of a Microsoft box plot to $8 from $9.
The new price will go into effect Jan. 2.
Microsoft said the price increase will go beyond the box plot’s price tag, but it did not say how much it would increase it.
Microsoft also said it will make a $3-per-month payment to cover the cost of operating the boxplot, the Microsoft cloud-based computer software that powers the box plots.
Microsoft launched the boxPlot on Oct. 1, 2012.
The price was $14.99.
Microsoft said that in the first two quarters of this year, it recorded a total of $1.4 billion in sales for the Microsoft boxplot platform.
Microsoft also said the box Plot was the top-selling Microsoft product during the fourth quarter of this month, with sales of $941 million, and it had an average purchase price of $17.26.
The boxplot is a Microsoft product that can be used to measure the properties of boxes.
Microsoft’s boxes can also be used for retail, industrial and commercial projects.