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It was previously 20MB

Windows Phone 7 and 8 users can now download files up to 50MB, which is more than double the previous cap.

Microsoft had previously implemented a data cap of 20MB for over-the-air downloads of games and apps on a cellular connection. This applied to both Windows Phone 7 and Windows Phone 8 users.

However, it looks like the company quietly increased that cap to 50MB. It's unclear when this happened exactly, but those with Windows Phone 7 or 8 can now download larger files over their cellular network.

Last month, Google said it wouldn't develop dedicated apps for Windows 8 or Windows Phone 8 because of a lack of demand. More specifically, it won't develop Gmail or Drive dedicated apps.

Source: Windows Phone Central



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By Pirks on 1/21/2013 11:59:59 PM , Rating: -1
Where the eff is my NOVA 3 for WP8??? Where the eeeffff is my ATIV S??! WTF is going on here? Emballmer was full of effing promises and what has he delivered? Some lousy small screen junk for like $600? What the ffffffff..... MS is full of browny.... Man :( so f.ing sad




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