Microsoft inviting testers to MSN Mobile Beta

Microsoft seems to be on a roll with invites as of recently. After recently dishing out a beta build MSN Messenger 7.5, as reported on Neowin earlier, Microsoft has been sending out invites to select testers for their upcoming MSN Mobile Beta program.

"MSN has made major improvements in the way you access information and communicate with others using mobile devices. If you are accepted in to the beta program, you will experience first hand some cool features and improved experience. This is also an opportunity for you to give us feedback about the product and have a key role in developing great products and services for you and other MSN customers."

This beta program is only valid for selected testers in the United States and the United Kingdom and is expected to be active for one month beginning August through September, 2005.

Participants will be testing the latest and unleashed features of MSN Mobile before being made available to the public. Microsoft expects beta testers to verify the new features, submit bug reports, including directly collaborating with MSN Mobile's developers and giving feature suggestions.

News source: In-House

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