Microsoft expands Office 365 availability to 17 new markets and 4 new languages
Microsoft has announced the expanded availability of Office 365, the company’s cloud-powered office productivity suite, to seventeen new markets and four new languages. In total, this would mean that Office 365 is now commercially available in 123 markets.
“Office 365 is expanding availability to 17 new markets and 4 new languages. Office 365 is now commercially available in 123 markets, additionally 120-day trials are available in 18 markets where paid subscriptions may become available in the future,” Microsoft stated in an official blog post.
The new markets with paid subscriptions include: Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Lebanon, Jamaica, Bolivia, Brunei, Nicaragua, Honduras, Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Senegal, Côte d’Ivoire, Georgia, Ghana, Mauritius, Iraq, Bermuda, Rwanda, Belize, Cameroon, Moldova, Mongolia, Zimbabwe, Cape Verde, Fiji, Kyrgyzstan, Virgin Islands (U.S.), Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Angola, and Libya.
The new Office 365 120-day trial markets include: Palestinian Territories, Congo (DRC), Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Botswana, Namibia, Curaçao, Faroe Islands, Monaco, St. Kitts and Nevis, Ethiopia, Uganda, Zambia, Afghanistan, and Tanzania.
The four new languages include: Indonesian, Kazakh, Hindi, and Hebrew. This brings the total number of languages to 40.Further reading: Microsoft, Office 365