Windows Phone developers getting paid sooner than expected

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Payday is coming a little earlier than the company had originally announced. Developers wont have to wait until February of 2011, Microsoft has announced that its first round of application payouts will be the fourth week of January. So its not soon enough for Christmas, but it will help with the aftermath since developers have not been able to get any cash on their software creations since late October of this year. And after this January's payout, Microsoft will be sending payment every month.

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