Free pizza with IE10: Microsoft gives details

Microsoft provides details about its promotion giving away free Debonairs pizzas to Internet Explorer 10 users

May 9, 2013
Internet Explorer

Microsoft and Debonairs Pizza launched a promotion on 7 May to offer a discount of up to R100 off any online Pizza order using Internet Explorer 10 (IE10). The promotion proved so popular that all the allocated vouchers were used in less than a day.

Microsoft explained that the pizzas were given away to kick off a campaign, which started on 7 May and ends on 15 June, and were only available on the day of launch. “It was amazing to see the overwhelming response,” Microsoft said.

Microsoft explained that no more free pizzas will be given away, but that people can still win many prizes during the promotion.

“We are now in the next phase of the competition along with Debonairs Pizza where if you use IE10 to place an order you stand in line to win great prizes like Windows 8 laptops, a Nokia Lumia 920, an Xbox 360 and more Debonairs Pizza vouchers,” said Microsoft.

“We’re naturally excited by the longevity of the competitions in that they’re encouraging people to look at the new IE10 and take advantage of some of the great new features, like security.”

More on Microsoft’s IE10 promotion

Do you want a free Pizza with IE10?

How to get your free IE10 pizza using Chrome

Internet Explorer 10 released to Windows 7 users

Tags: Debonairs Pizza, Headline, IE10, Microsoft

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