Microsoft begins to ignore the system of “points” to buy content

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REDMOND. – Confirmed this information, it would be one of the most welcome changes all bets that Microsoft is doing this month. According to The Verge , the company Steve Ballmer would be making a change in their online sales systems, leaving payment for “points” and replacing it with transactions via credit card.

As reported in the site, to try to buy movies on the Xbox Video service from the final version of Windows 8 is no longer asks for payment via points, but delivers an exact dollar cost, allowing for the card transaction.

Until now there is more information that this change also moves the Xbox Live gaming service, but considering the unification of services that Microsoft is doing, it would not be strange to think that in a couple of months points are removed.


The final version of Windows 8 will be released on Friday 26 October.

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