Microsoft Announces a Ninety Percent Success Rate of Windows Phone 7 Updates

Microsoft began rolling out their latest Windows Phone 7 update and they now have the figures around the success rate. Although many users have complained of their phones becoming unusable once the update completed. Microsoft representative stated a 90-percent success rate by customers who were attempting to update their Windows Phone 7 device. The remaining 10-percent which included the failures where associated with Internet connectivity and insufficient storage space on the device required to store the update data.

Microsoft offered additional details today in regards to the number of WP7 phones that have been successfully updated

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