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How to get your free ViewSonic Pocket PC with Visual Studio .NET 2003
Posted on 25-Apr-2003 09:07. | Tags Filed under: News.


How to get your free ViewSonic Pocket PC with Visual Studio .NET 2003
As reported in Geekzone a month ago (Mar 2003 see previous article), you can now register your eligible Microsoft® Visual Studio® .NET 2003 product or active MSDN® Subscription through the link below to receive a FREE ViewSonic V37 Pocket PC. This offer is good until 30th June 2003, or while limited supplies last.

Real-time status on the availability of this offer is provided through the Web site. Before you register through that site, is recommended you check availability, eligibility guidelines, and the proof(s) of purchase required to participate in this offer.

The specific steps to receive a Pocket PC will depend on how you acquire Visual Studio .NET 2003 or your MSDN Subscription, whether by a retail purchase (via a store, a Web site or a catalog) or through a Microsoft Volume License Agreement (Open, Select or Enterprise).

This offer is open to the customers in the United States and Canada who acquire English-language editions of the following products, either by retail purchase or through a volume licensing agreement:

  • Visual Studio .NET 2003 Professional
  • Visual Studio .NET 2003 Enterprise Developer
  • Visual Studio .NET 2003 Enterprise Architect
  • MSDN Professional
  • MSDN Enterprise
  • MSDN Universal

    Please note, the following products are not eligible for this offer:

  • Visual Studio .NET 2003 Academic
  • Visual Studio .NET 2003 60-day Evaluation
  • Visual Basic® .NET 2003 Standard
  • Visual C++® .NET 2003 Standard
  • Visual C#® .NET 2003 Standard
  • Visual J#® .NET 2003 Standard
  • Visual Studio .NET 2003 product purchased as a competitive upgrade
  • Visual Studio .NET 2003 acquired as a Direct Upgrade for full packaged product customers or a free license grant for eligible volume customers of Visual Studio .NET 2002
  • Any products at Government, Charity or Academic pricing
  • Academic versions of MSDN Professional, MSDN Enterprise, and MSDN Universal
  • MSDN Academic Alliance
  • Any products received free or at special pricing from Microsoft for review or evaluation purposes or as a gift.


  • More information: https://vstudio.joleschgroup.com/default.aspx...

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