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Nokia and Microsoft Giving Free App Hub Registration to Nokia Launchpad Members

June 21, 2011 No Comments


Nokia has been sending emails to their Launchpad members offering them the opportunity to join the Microsoft App Hub free of charge. To do so members must sign in to their Launchpad accounts and check the ‘Free Microsoft App Hub registration’ on the homepage. This is a great way to get Nokia developers on beard with making apps for Windows Phone 7.

 

Dear Nokia Developer programs member,

We are happy to tell you some good news: We are offering a free Microsoft App Hub registration for the first one year to those Nokia Developer PRO and Launchpad members who are registered Ovi publishers in the countries  that Microsoft supports on the App Hub . This offer will save you $99 USD (the regular annual membership fee) as the membership fee will be refunded to you by Microsoft. The membership will give you access to submit applications for Windows Phone Marketplace as well as access to the developer tools, documentation, code samples and forums.

To find out the instructions on how to register and take advantage of this offer, login to your Launchpad account and check the ‘Free Microsoft App Hub registration’ on the homepage. Please note that you will need to follow the instructions provided there in order to have your refund processed. Once you have done the registration, you can drop us a note to expedite the refund process.

Please treat this information as confidential.

Best regards

Nokia Developer Programs

source: WMPU

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