Microsoft Stores promotion offers a free year of Zune Pass for those who buy a Windows Phone

Microsoft Stores promotion offers a free year of Zune Pass for those who buy a Windows Phone
Well, if you happen to live within driving distance of any retail Microsoft Store, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find one sweet deal they’re offering right now for a limited time when you buy a Windows Phone.

Running right now until Valentine’s Day on February 14th, Microsoft Stores are offering a year of Zune Pass for free, well, that’s as long as you purchase a Windows Phone from them. Although it’s more than likely applied to devices bought with a contract, we’d fathom that it would also apply to devices purchased outright – though, it can be a case-by-case scenario.

When you think about it, that’s essentially like saving a cool $120 seeing that Zune Pass normally requires a $10 per month subscription – therefore, it’s a pretty sweet promotion. Not only will you be able to surprise that special someone with one awesome Windows Phone of some sort, but they’ll also be ecstatic to know they'll be able to listen to some sweet tunes as well courtesy of Zune Pass.

Again, this promotion is only available through Microsoft Stores, which aren’t necessarily abundant across the country like some other retail spots. Nevertheless, if you’re really adamant on getting a free year of Zune Pass, then it’s probably worth it to drive a little bit out of the way to snag on this deal.

source: WP Central

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16 Comments

1. LoneShaolin

Posts: 307; Member since: Jan 14, 2012

There's one 15 miles from me in San Jose. Going after work tonight to check it out.

2. joey18

Posts: 668; Member since: Jul 20, 2010

Let me think lol

3. andro.

Posts: 1999; Member since: Sep 16, 2011

In fairness to microsoft they really are trying everything last thing possible to try and get any wp7 sales to happen

4. simplyj

Posts: 406; Member since: Dec 23, 2009

i've had the zune pass for about a month now, and it's great! has cd quality music ad all the greatest songs

5. ghost__uwi

Posts: 175; Member since: Nov 28, 2011

Actually I like windows phone 7. Its only lacking some quality hardware.

6. Netolic

Posts: 152; Member since: Oct 18, 2011

.......single core only...... hard to let go my skyrocket.

7. snowgator

Posts: 3621; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

Geez.... I only got a 25$ app card for buying my Focus S. I feel so used and ripped off......

9. Alp1111

Posts: 47; Member since: Jan 27, 2012

I love windows phone's user interface. So I like windows phone and the zune service.

10. Alp1111

Posts: 47; Member since: Jan 27, 2012

@Netolic windows phones don't need dual core or quad core because there are no unnecessary contents in windows phone.

12. Just_a_boy

Posts: 183; Member since: Oct 18, 2011

Zune is a s**t, MicroSoft should use mass storage. Why copy apple in that point?

13. Glim12808

Posts: 394; Member since: Oct 26, 2011

Love my WP7 phone! Bought it about mid December 2011 and it's my first WP7. I love that the OS is so smooth, responsive, and intuitive. Can't believe that the phone has only a 1GHZ single-core chip and yet it's so fluid and fast! Unfortunately, I don't live anywhere near a Microsoft Store so can't take advantage of this offer.

14. Alp1111

Posts: 47; Member since: Jan 27, 2012

glim what is your windows phone

15. K1N9J

Posts: 17; Member since: Jul 26, 2011

I got the HTC TITAN beast of a phone i want theTITAN 2 but im not sure if i should trade or not.

16. Alp1111

Posts: 47; Member since: Jan 27, 2012

there is one difference between htc titan and titan 2. it is camera. 16 megapixel vs 8 megapixel.

17. Alp1111

Posts: 47; Member since: Jan 27, 2012

and i think you dont need to trade it. htc titan is a really good phone. i mean really good!

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