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We are expanding the Windows Azure MSDN benefit to two additional subscription levels: MSDN Platforms and Visual Studio Test Professional with MSDN.
MSDN Platforms subscribers will receive a $100 monthly credit, while Visual Studio Test Professional with MSDN subscribers will receive a $50 credit per month. Plus, subscribers will receive a $200 USD Windows Azure credit the first month they use their Windows Azure MSDN benefit,
The benefit will work the same way as for other MSDN subscription levels:
And don’t forget the Aston Martin contest that Scott Guthrie announced at TechEd. MSDN subscribers that have an active subscription before June 2, 2013 and activate their Windows Azure MSDN benefit and deploy a website or virtual machine by September 30, 2013 are eligible to win an Aston Martin V8 Vantage (or cash equivalent). Activating is simple and does not require a credit card in most countries. More details on the contest and eligibility are here: http://aka.ms/activatemyazure.
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