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Bing Rewards On Windows Phone Coming Soon

January 29, 2014 1 Comment

Coming Soon to you favorite mobile device( in our case Windows Phone) is the implementation of the much loved Bing Rewards program! Bing Rewards allows you to earn credits by searching every day and then redeem them for great rewards including gift cards from top brands such as Amazon.com, Xbox, Skype, Fandango, and Dominos or donate your credits to a local school or charity of your choice. Available on iOS(boo) and Android(yuck) devices starting today and coming soon to Windows Phone devices, the Bing team began rolling out the ability to search and earn and take advantage of offers right from your phone. Take closer look below:

  • Searching and earning on the go

    On a PC, tablet, or phone, it’s easy for you to get rewards. An exclusive mobile-only offer provides additional opportunities to search and earn credits on your phone. Tracking your credits is simple: just go to your Bing Rewards dashboard or check out your credit balance at the bottom of every Bing mobile search results page.

  • Redeeming

    When you’re ready, go to the Bing Rewards redemption center on your PC to redeem credits for a selection of gift cards*, donations, and sweepstakes entries.


  • Search and earn every day

    Get great search results and beautiful images—and never miss an opportunity to earn credits when you set your search engine to Bing.

 Head over to the site to the Bing Rewards Site and learn more!
Source: Bing


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  • Brandon

    I’m so disappointed that Microsoft, of all companies, didn’t set the bar a little higher by releasing for all 3 platforms simultaneously. What does it say about Windows Phone and Microsoft’s focus on it when they release the other two first and stamp the “coming soon” on their own platform. Just like every other app developer in the world.
    It says their platform is 3rd rate.
    And for their own service!
    As a developer this is very disheartening.

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