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Topic # 112502 11-Dec-2012 13:07
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Hi

I have a Nokia Lumia 800. I also have purchased a monthly zune pass subscription.

While I can download music from the marketplace on my PC and manully sync that across to my phone. I don't have access to the music marketplace on my phone, nor can I stream music on my phone.

Does anyone know if it is possible to enable it in New Zealand?


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  Reply # 730422 11-Dec-2012 13:28
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It will only be made available when 7.8 is available for Windows phone 7.x devices. Update will be released in Q1 2013. Rumors suggest sometime in January




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  Reply # 730439 11-Dec-2012 13:44
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Thanks

Odd, the NZ support page seams to susgest that the market place is available.

http://www.windowsphone.com/en-NZ/how-to/wp7/music/get-music-videos-and-podcasts-from-marketplace



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  Reply # 948396 10-Dec-2013 05:44
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Has anyone found out a way to get the zune pass music streaming on older 7.8 windows phones?


I'm almost to the end of my 2-year contract, so will probably upgrade to win phone 8 anyway.

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  Reply # 948745 10-Dec-2013 15:15
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Michaelfjs: Has anyone found out a way to get the zune pass music streaming on older 7.8 windows phones?


I'm almost to the end of my 2-year contract, so will probably upgrade to win phone 8 anyway.


as far as I remember, you needed to have a US based Microsoft Account and set your phone to US as well

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  Reply # 948746 10-Dec-2013 15:15
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Michaelfjs: Has anyone found out a way to get the zune pass music streaming on older 7.8 windows phones?


I'm almost to the end of my 2-year contract, so will probably upgrade to win phone 8 anyway.


as far as I remember, you needed to have a US based Microsoft Account and set your phone to US as well

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