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AT&T giving away free 'Entertainment Pack' to Windows Phone 7 purchasers

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 19 Oct 2010 17:44 User comments (3)

AT&T giving away free 'Entertainment Pack' to Windows Phone 7 purchasers AT&T has said today that it will be giving away a free "Entertainment Pack" to buyers of Windows Phone 7 devices.
Included in the pack is a free month to U-Verse Mobile, the Xbox Live game ilomilo and a free one-month subscription for Zune Pass, the unlimited music streaming service.

Reads the press release:


The Entertainment Pack includes: 1) Xbox LIVE® game ilomilo, 2) 30 days free unlimited music service + 10 free songs to keep through one-month Zune® Pass trial, and 3) 30 days free to download and watch hit TV shows with U-verse® Mobile.

The Entertainment Pack is available (while supplies last) at no charge to consumers who purchase a Windows Phone device from AT&T between October 25, 2010, and December 31, 2010.

Redemption must be completed by December 31, 2010, by 11:59 p.m. PT. Consumers can redeem this offer by going to att.com/windowsphone and clicking on the Entertainment Pack offer, providing information to confirm their device purchase, and following the redemption instructions.

Redemption requires: a valid U.S. credit card, PC Internet access, Wi-Fi availability, ability to send and receive SMS messages.


Additionally, Microsoft is handing out three-month Zune Passes to anyone who pre-orders a device directly from the store.

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3 user comments

122.10.2010 11:56

30 days free!
On Boy! I can't wait to tell my friends.

222.10.2010 14:15

haha that's what I was thinking too. I am really going to get into a 2 year contract with a crappy provider for 1 month of free entertainment.

322.10.2010 14:58

Did we need to pay to get Xbox live in the phone?

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