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Microsoft is letting people in the U.S. with a smartphone collect up to 10 more points per day in their Bing Rewards account if they search the web with the Bing mobile phone website.
Microsoft has added new options for Bing Rewards members that will allow them to turn any points earned searching on the site to miles on many airline frequent flyer programs.
Microsoft is offering people who sign up to use its free Bing Rewards program a way to get 100GB of storage on its OneDrive service for one year for the cost of just 100 points.
Microsoft has announced it has expanded its Bing Rewards service to iOS and Android devices, and added that Windows Phone support will be coming in the near future.
Microsoft's newest TV commercial for Bing showcases the long running Bing Rewards program as yet another way that the search service is different than just using Google.
Microsoft has added using its MSN.com news website as one of the options that can be used by Bing Rewards members to gain points that can be exchanged for prizes.
Microsoft has a great deal for Windows Phone users: search with Bing and get free apps: they've expanded their Bing Rewards program by adding gift cards for the Windows Phone Store to their offerings.
Microsoft has announced plans for changes in its Bing Rewards program that include the discontinuation of offering users physical reward items that are mailed to the precipitant.