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Office 365 now available in 38 new markets

Global networkOffice 365 is expanding commercial availability in 38 new markets, 3 new languages, and 5 new currencies.  Office 365 is now available in 127 markets worldwide and it is easier for customers to pay with their method of choice.  For both the Philippines and Thailand all Office 365 plans are now available for customers to subscribe to.  The other new markets can now start a 120-day trial before paid subscriptions are made available.

The new languages include Vietnamese, Arabic, and Malay. This raises the number of Office 365 languages to 36, including English.

New markets include:  Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Lebanon, Jamaica, Bolivia, Brunei, Nicaragua, Honduras, Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Senegal, Côte d’Ivoire, Georgia, Ghana, Mauritius, Macao SAR, Iraq, Bermuda, Rwanda, Belize, Cameroon, Nepal, Moldova, Mongolia, Zimbabwe, Barbados, Cape Verde, Fiji, Kyrgyzstan, U.S. Virgin Islands, The Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Angola, Libya,[1]Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, Yemen.[2]

New currencies accepted for payment include:  Brazilian Real (BRL), Mexican Peso (MXN), Malaysian Ringgit (MYR), Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) and Indian Rupee (INR).

We are excited to bring Office 365 to more customers around the world.  You can see the complete list of markets Office 365 is available here.

 


[1] Five markets will not have Academic offers until later this calendar year: Virgin Islands, U.S., Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Angola, and Libya

[2] Three markets will have Academic offers, but not have trials until a future date: Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, Yemen.

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