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MSN Beta expands testing opportunities

October 22nd, 2005 by Zack Whittaker

Microsoft MSN teams have made an attempt to expand the beta testing opportunities for testers around the world. With many new products on the go so soon after the release of MSN Messenger 7.5, MSN Spaces has been tipped for an update almost the same time as Xbox 360 gets released. Messenger 8.0 is also nearly ready for beta, so who knows what’s next.

Microsoft Connect Invitation Entry
form is where yo submit the code for your country of residence, you can apply to be part of some of the upcoming beta’s.

Arabia (Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia,
Oman, Yemen, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar)
– ENXA-P4WT-4QVJ
Austria – AU-B86F-P6HH
Australia – AU-X8FG-XWR9
Belgium
– BE-BFFD-FMV7
Brazil – BR-MJYQ-DCRB
Canada
– CA-8VPP-8W8V
China – CH-4PYP-H4D4
Czechoslovakia
– CSCZ-2PJ8-VDJ6
Denmark – DADK-W8VG-GJT2
Finland – FIFI-KHX6-87BH
France – FR-XJGB-JV79
Germany
– GER-JJBM-9VFY
Greece
– ELGR-GVXH-XQ82
Hungary – HUHU-2WX8-3T4M
Israel – ISR-3H7B-F4HP
Italy
– IT-3FCK-D8XM
Japan
– JA-DT6D-9YCY
Korea – KO-9BV2-T2BP
Latin
America (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica,
Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico)
– ESLA-29D8-F99C
Malaysia – ENMY-K9YX-YQCG
Mexico – ESMX-KBQB-CJKJ
Netherlands – NE-3G4X-4M84
New Zealand
– ENNZ-HV6Q-QKDM
Norway – NBNO-FVHV-8QMX
Poland – PLPL-684W-D4QT
Portugal – PTPT-XTBD-6FTH
Russia – RURU-VKG3-3DC6
Singapore – ENSG-9G8C-DPTH
Slovakia – SKSK-TFHK-PXF2
Slovenia – SLSI-F6F8-YWPF
South Africa – ENZA-BBX6-R3RY
Spain – SP-RKFT-CV2X
Sweden
– SVSE-3P4C-CPJD
Swiss German – DECH-7PFK-VBFH
Turkey – TRTR-JBJH-376K
United Kingdom – UK-HQ69-6JBQ
United States – US-64JX-J2HJ
US/Spanish – ESUS-2YB6-8C94

Thanks to Chris Overd

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2 Responses

  1. Deansweb2004 Says:

    Btw, isnt his name Chris Overdo and not Chris Overd 😛

  2. Zack Whittaker Says:

    Chris Overd is his name, Overdo is his alias.