Enter your product key for Office 365 Business Premium
If you purchased Office 365 Business Premium from a retail store, this article helps you activate your subscription.
Need something else?
For help with Office 365 Home, or Personal, see Using product keys with Office.
Volume licensing customer? If you bought Office 365 for business through a Microsoft Open License Program, see the article, Enter your product key purchased from Microsoft Open.
Activate a new subscription
Go to office.com/setupkey.
Enter your product key, then choose Next.
Enter your name, work email address, business phone number, company name, and country or region, then choose Next.
Enter a phone number to receive either a text or call to verify your identity.
You can get a new domain, use a domain name you already own, or add a domain later. The steps can vary, so follow the prompts, depending on which option you choose.
If you want to make sure that your subscription is automatically extended at the end of its term, you can add a credit card or bank account, and then turn on Recurring billing for that subscription.
When you're finished, go to the Admin center to manage your subscription.
Extend the expiration date or add a license to an existing subscription
To use a product key to extend the expiration date or add a license to your existing Office 365 Business Premium subscription, you need a new and unused key for the same Office 365 plan. Entering your original Office 365 product key won't work because a key that has already been redeemed can't be used again. See Add licenses to or extend a subscription paid for using a product key.
If you're new to Office 365 for business, learn how to set up Office 365.
Still having trouble with product keys?
Check out this list of common errors and solutions: Problems with your Office 365 for business product key?
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