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Get missing Zune Pass features in Australia now

While the full-force of the Australian Zune Pass still needs to launch tomorrow, bits and pieces of it are now available, including being able to sign up. However, if you want all the good stuff now, Chris Walsh from ChevronWP7 (and Eric Lawrence's Fiddler app) have your back.

In a post on his blog, Walsh details a relatively easy method by which you can trick the Zune Servers and get access via the Zune Desktop to those "missing features".

Looks like a fun way to kill fifteen minutes and get the good stuff now. Read more at Chris Walsh's blog here.

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Wevenhuis says:

I hope this is a wake-up call that something should be done for Zune access in other countries. It has apparently been a year that I have my Zune on my desktop, and have recently purchased a windows phone. I still cannot use the full functionality of Zune with my phone, and have to resort to third party apps. I hope microsoft will do something about the Zune pass issue soon. Basic help and support for US time and date issues have not been resolved and is ruining the end user experience, accessibility and trust in microsofts basic support.