It’s now easier than ever to stay in touch with your guildmates and access the World of Warcraft® auction house... wherever you go.
Starting today, all of the features that were previously part of the optional World of Warcraft Remote subscription service are now available for free to all World of Warcraft subscribers. These features include:
We hope this change will make it easier for players to stay connected to each other and to the game, and we encourage everyone to try out these powerful tools for themselves.
As a reminder, to take full advantage of these features, you’ll need the World of Warcraft Mobile Armory app, available for free for your Android™ device, iPhone®, or iPod® touch. The app also includes a number of other handy tools:
Full Character Profiles
Remote Auction House
Remote Guild Chat
Download the app free here:
App Store℠ for iPhone® and iPod touch®
To access the web-based Auction House, simply visit www.worldofwarcraft.com, log in with your Battle.net® account, view your character profile, and click the Auctions link on the left-hand menu of the profile page.
If you’re a current World of Warcraft Remote subscriber, you’ll receive an email from Blizzard soon with more information about the end of your subscription. In the meantime, you do not need to take any action.
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I received one yesterday but as a former remote subscriber I only got the Lil' XT.I had previously seen mention that this was going to current remote subscribers and was pleasently surprised to get one as my subscription was canceled a few months ago.
I think the 7 days was for current subscribers at the time of it going free. I was surprised that we former subscribers got the pet.
To all the Blackberry naysayers just a few more points to raise besides it not being dead, just misunderstood. ;)It only has a keyboard - sorry but my corporate BlackBerry has a touch screen, as annoying as that can be at times and before that a happy button and before that a Pearl .... that would wear out on heavy use / abuse.It is only an enterprise device - well yes and there is a reason for that - security - Okay, yes a number of governments have requested access to their local Blackberry servers just as has homeland security has already done but there are apps that add an extra layer of encryption that those snoop types would have to then get from their targets who would not think kindly on this.I say - go for Blackberry, even if it takes a bit longer because you know the security is there. The downside is that the app would have to pass the security screening process as well. There are enough of us gov/corp types who would love this to pieces to make this worthwhile.