MobileMe subscribers get a 60 day extension

MobileMe subscribers get a 60 day extension

Summary: The following email was sent this evening to MobileMe subscribers detailing a free 60 days extension of their service. This extension is in addition to the 30 days that were given back in July.

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MobileMe subscribers get another 60 days freeThe following email was sent this evening to MobileMe subscribers detailing a free 60 days extension of their service. This extension is in addition to the 30 days that were given back in July.

We have already made many improvements to MobileMe, but we still have many more to make. To recognize our users' patience, we are giving every MobileMe subscriber as of today a free 60 day extension. This is in addition to the one month extension most subscribers have already received. We are working very hard to make MobileMe a great service we can all be proud of. We know that MobileMe's launch has not been our finest hour, and we truly appreciate your patience as we turn this around. Read this article for more details.

The MobileMe Team

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  • Totally Out of Line This Time

    Okay, Jason I think you have forgotten, er, uh, ooooh.
    Thanks for sharing!

    Sam
    Sammyeye
  • free trial too?

    is this for people on the free trial, too?
    lostarchitect
    • answer to my question:

      What if I am currently in a free trial period?

      If you were in your free trial period on August 19 at 0:00 Pacific Daylight Time, your free trial will be extended an additional 60 days.
      lostarchitect
  • RE: MobileMe subscribers get a 60 day extension

    Apple tried to push too many products out at the same time and most of them were not ready for prime time. My guess MobileMe product manager had a deadline and a bonus if they push MobileMe out on or before iPhone G3 release. Obviously MobileMe wasn't fully tested before release thus we are reaping the fruits of "bug fix pain" now.
    My guess now MobileMe is "beta" testing it now on us so they are extending the "free" trail period for this.
    I was wonder why would they migrate to MobileMe while they released iPhone G3 which IHMO was the most stupid thing in the world. You need to have one stable product before you release the other. You never want to fix two serious problems (and associated marketing nightmare).
    phatkat