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VKontakte has free registration again!
12.07.2011 07:21
VKontakte has free registration again!

The biggest Russian social network VKontakte has changed its registration rules. Now the registration will be tied to user’s mobile phone number.

Ambitious plans to get and to have a share of the world social networks market has made VKontakte authorities to review the registrations rules which were introduced in February this year. According to the ex-rules a person could register only through getting an invitation from already registered user.

Now the network has let to create an account with a tie to a mobile phone number. To register, a new user can click the button “to get an invitation” on the site and to start creating an account. The indicated phone number will serve as a login, which should be typed at logging in.


Some time earlier the international version of Vkontakte was created. The Russian site will be merged with it in July.


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: VKontakte     

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