Microsoft expands Office 365 availability to 38 new markets and 3 new languages

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Microsoft has announced that it’s Office 365 subscription based productivity suite is expanding commercial availability in 38 new markets. On top of that, Office 365 will be available in 3 new languages and 5 new currencies. Office 365 is now available in 127 markets worldwide, according to Microsoft.

In an official blog post, Microsoft revealed that 38 new markets can now purchase an Office 365 subscription. These new markets include: Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Lebanon, Jamaica, Bolivia, Brunei, Nicaragua, Honduras, Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Senegal, Cote 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, Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, and Yemen.

Microsoft has also added 3 new languages to Office 365, which makes it a total of 36 languages supported including English. The new languages include Vietnamese, Arabic, and Malay. Microsoft has also allowed for new currencies to be accepted for payment, which are: Brazilian Real (BRL), Mexican Peso (MXN), Malaysian Ringgit (MYR), Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) and Indian Rupee (INR).