Microsoft ESD Enables Fast Software Activation by Switch

Switch, Malaysia’s Apple Authorized Premium Reseller has become the first retailer in Malaysia to leverage on Microsoft’s Electronic Software Delivery (ESD) system.

With ESD, both consumers and small businesses can quickly and securely receive Microsoft product keys for activation after purchase.

With more than 30 retail outlets and 11 Apple Service Providers located throughout Malaysia, Switch has been sharing its love for Apple products since 1995. ESD is the latest milestone in its journey towards offering the best to their customers.

The Microsoft ESD system is not just for Apple product users, but for anyone who wish to purchase a genuine Microsoft software.

Best of all, thanks to ESD, Switch will never have stock shortage for genuine Microsoft products as the keys are generated upon-demand.

Products purchased through ESD system have all the benefits of box products and come with no physical media. All the content is available via direct download and product licenses can be moved to new PCs or Macs immediately.

Microsoft products available now, nationwide through Switch are the Windows 10 (Home and Pro), Office 365 (Home and Personal), Office 2016 (Home & Student, Home & Business), Office 2016 for Mac (Home & Student, Home & Business), Project 2016 (Standard and Professional), Visio 2016 (Standard & Professional) and Office Professional 2016 (Only available through ESD).

As the ESD system is still new to Malaysia, it is important to note that as of now, Switch is the only retailer in the country selling product keys delivered through ESD.

Microsoft does not otherwise distribute products keys as standalone products. Non-genuine keys may not work for activation, or even if they work may still be blocked later if they are reported as stolen.

The Microsoft ESD system Switch uses is provided by Innovix Distribution Sdn. Bhd. via the Innovix Marketplace.

Microsoft provides license activation and installation assistance to business, home and personal customers though its domestic toll-free hotline number 1800 81 8798 or online at https://support.microsoft.com/en-my

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