Register for OnLive

    After reading this post about OnLive , I became interested in this project. I went for a walk on their site. And of course, I could not get past the announcement, offering registered now, get an annual subscription for free.
    Followed the link. Although in one of the conditions of the agreement it was written that only users from America and the surrounding area can register, I decided to try, and suddenly they consider Russia their neighborhood ...
    "To be eligible for this offer, you must be 18 years of age or older and located within the contiguous United States, provide a valid VISA, MasterCard or Discover card (your credit card will not be charged to take advantage of the free offer) and pass a computer and Internet connection performance test."

    I entered my data (well, except for the provider and zip code) and sent a request, not hoping for any development.

    My surprise was great when today, at half past three in the night, I received a letter from OnLive informing me that they had chosen me from the waiting list! The letter suggested that registration be continued, which I did immediately.

    After validation of all the data I entered (the address in the US, of course, drove the left one. The rest of the data is real). The system reported that I am registered. Further it was necessary to download the client. Downloaded. The customer’s weight is only 544 Kb.
    After installation, I was asked to enter my data:

    Having entered the soap and password, I got this result:


    In our region, you see, this service is not available ...

    Well, okay, the loss is not great. All the same, I got an annual registration. Suddenly, during the course of the year it will be possible to get to America, well, or the developers will be able to open servers for Russia too ...

    In general, while registration has not yet ended, I advise you to join the waiting list. Maybe you're lucky;)

    PS I crept in thinking while the post wrote: maybe you can use it as a thread through a proxy ... Who has any thoughts?

    PSS My goal is not to get someone to ... hack or something, just since they gave me access to the service, I want to test it ...

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