Starting today and running through January 31st, you can enjoy FREE unlimited access to articles from The New York Times courtesy of Microsoft and The New York Times. You can download The New York Times for your Windows PC or tablet from the Windows Store here or for your Windows Phone here from the Windows Phone Store (it’s called “NYTimes” on Windows Phone). With The New York Times app, you can explore more than 25 sections, watch videos, and view picture slide shows. You can also pin your favorite sections and blogs from The New York Times directly to your Start screen as well. Grab the app today if you haven’t already and enjoy a week of free access!
To celebrate apps this season, when you buy a new touch PC or tablet running Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 at a participating U.S. retailer you’ll receive a promotional $25 Windows Store gift card to purchase your favorite apps and games in the Windows Store. The offer runs until December 28th, 2013 – or while promotional gift card supplies last. Windows Store gift cards are also available for purchase in over 25 markets from more than 100 retailers, enabling you to buy apps and games online directly from the Windows Store, the Windows Phone Store and select Xbox stores.
With over 100,000 apps in the Windows Store, and new apps arriving every day, it’s never been easier to download and buy your favorites – from entertainment and productivity to the latest games from Xbox. With exciting new apps available in the Store every day, gift cards are a great stocking stuffer for friends, family and anyone else on your holiday shopping list. You can learn more about Windows Store and Xbox gift cards here.
The $25 Windows Store gift card promotion is available at many retailers across the United States including Amazon.com, Best Buy, Fry’s Electronics, Staples, Newegg.com, Office Depot, OfficeMax, Sam’s Club, Wal-Mart.com, and the Microsoft Store. The promotional gift card code must be redeemed by 02/28/2014 and the funds from the card must be spent within 120 days of the date the card code is redeemed. Please note that non-promotional Windows Store gift cards purchased at retail do not expire.
T-Mobile have offered $100 off on the 2 year contract price of the G-Slate provided you order before April 27th. That’s right, you must order before April 27th and you must do it over the phone following the steps in the picture.
While this offer was only meant to go out to those who signed up, it’s already making its way around the comment section of our blog as well as Twitter and Facebook. If it was supposed to be a secret offer, it definitely isn’t a secret any longer. It remains to be seen if anyone can qualify for the discount or just those who registered but no harm in trying anyway if you’ve been eyeing the G-Slate.
Canadian mobile phone carrier TELUS has just kicked off a new appealing promotion for its customers, with a wide range of smartphones made available for free upon the signing of contract agreements with the operator. Those Canadians interested in taking advantage of this offer would have to commit to a new 2-or 3-year contract agreement with the wireless services provider, on a $50 per month or higher plan.
Until March 31st, the carrier’s smartphone lineup, save for the Android-based HTC Desire HD and Samsung Galaxy Apollo, can be purchased for free.
Appealing Android devices were included in this promotion, such as the HTC Desire, the LG Optimus One with Google, Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate 3G+, Motorola Charm, LG Shine Plus with Google, the Motorola Backflip, or the Motorola Milestone.
In addition to these handsets, TELUS customers can also opt for free BlackBerry smartphones, including the BlackBerry Style 9670, BlackBerry Bold 9780, BlackBerry Bold 9700, BlackBerry Torch 9800, BlackBerry Pearl 3G, or the BlackBerry Curve 3G and the BlackBerry Curve 8530.
The wireless carrier also made the LG Optimus 7 and HTC 7 Surround Windows Phone 7 devices available for free, along with the already highly popular Nokia E72 smartphone.
Unfortunately, the HTC Desire HD would still go for $99.99 on a three-year contract agreement, while the Samsung Galaxy Apollo was priced at $49.99.
Moreover, we should note that the Canadian operator did not lower the price tag of the Apple iPhone 4 either.
Undoubtedly, the wireless carrier is trying to clear up some inventory to make room for newer handsets that should make it to its offering soon, such as the Nexus S, the Samsung Galaxy Fascinate 4G, and more, including a 42Mbps Internet Stick, as the guys over at MobileSyrup note in a recent article.