Pre-register for Microsoft's My Phone service

So we're totally expecting an avalanche of Microsoft news Monday from Mobile World Congress. (hint: remember that Spain is a few hours ahead of the United States.) In the meantime, Windows god/guru/kung fu master Paul Thurrott snagged a page where you can pre-register for the new My Phone service.

Head on over and give them your e-mail addy, and they promise to let you know when you can actually get in on the sync goodness. And, no, we're not cool enough for a promo code.

Thanks to our frenemy Rene from The iPhone Blog for the heads up.

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