By January 9, 2008

Windows Live ’30 day trial’ ?

If you use Windows Live on your Pocket PC or Smartphone then chances are you will have been presented with a message warning you that you are just about to enter in to a 30 day trial period!

Windows Live Messenger wants money!

Windows Live Messenger wants money!

So Mr Microsoft, are you really saying that in order to use Windows Live after my 30 trial period that I’m going to have to pay some kind of subscription fee? Are you kidding me?

Paul over at MoDaCo has more on this topic.

EDIT: Microsoft have now confirmed that this was a mistake caused by rolling out a direct-to-consumer billing service for the Windows Live client on Nokia S60 in the UK and Sweden. Windows Mobile users were not supposed to see the 30 Day Trial message.

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