While we had hoped to announce the winners of the Windows Phone Central Ringtone Contest yesterday, judging proved to be more difficult than expected. We had a lot of quality entries submitted over in our Forums Discussion. Nonetheless, after listening to all the entries our Ringtone Contest Winners are:
- Mawnz for the Chipdevil ringtone
- Bejulious for the Windows Phone ringtone
- MJOMusic for self titled ringtone
All have won a Nokia Play 360! We are dispatching emails to get everyone's shipping information and will get the Nokia Play headed their way shortly.
We would also like to extend our congratulations to Elvis7 and Kyle H for being randomly selected for our weekly prizes, WPCentral Accessory Store gift card, during the contest period.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the contest and if you didn't win, don't give up hope. We've got a few more contests up our sleeves for next month.
Update: It has come to our attention that one of the entries selected as a winning entry may not be original content, which was a requirement. That entry is under review and we will update the post shortly.
Update II: Okay... we've review things and the ringtone in question was not original content and disqualified. We've looked over the entries that and have chosen our third winner. Congrats to all.
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