Power BI Pro account is hosted by O365 tenant. You can purchase Power BI Pro for your organization through the Office 365 admin center. Once you have the subscription, you can assign Power BI Pro licenses to your users. If you just use a free account for Pro trial and your organization doesn't use O365 before, you will need to create new O365 tenant.
Yes. If your organization doesn't use O365 before, and now, you have created a new O365 tenant, the domain will be different. And now, to use the Power BI Pro content, you have to use the new account instead of the 12-month extended trial.
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We have been using Power BI on a trial basis for a number of months - so three of us have extended trial licences.
We are now rolling it out to the rest of the management team whose initial trial periods have now ended but do not qualify for an extended trial licence.
I have purchased a futher 5 licences but these are under a different/new domain name via a new O365 admin account.
I have therefore either to lose the free licences (and set up a new gateway and re-create all existing dashboards) or find someway to add existing users on the old domain name (ie our company outlook account) to the new paid domain name.
Surely Microsoft could allow individual users to purchase indiviual licences...