Microsoft enticing people to buy a Windows Phone with $25 prepaid app card
Microsoft is enticing smartphone users to jump ship and purchase a new Windows Phone with a $25 prepaid app card that can be used on apps or on Xbox Live games. The offer is only available in the United States, DC, and Puerto Rico.
“Through the end of the year, we’re giving a prepaid $25 app card to anybody who buys one of the great new Windows Phones now on sale. The prepaid card makes it easy to jump start a new app or game collection. If you’re thinking of leaving your current smartphone (I won’t mention any names) for a Windows Phone, the new offer (good in the U.S. and Puerto Rico) also makes it easier to replace apps you’ve already paid for,” Microsoft’s Michael Stroh stated in an official blog post.
This Windows Phone offer is only good in the United States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. You must purchase a Windows Phone device between November 2, 2011 and December 31, 2011 to qualify.
If you qualify, you can redeem your $25 prepaid app card here.Further reading: Microsoft, Windows Phone 7