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    PaulOBrien

    There's no denying the Asus / Google Nexus 7 is hot property at the moment. We loved it in our review and it's selling like hot cakes. If you've not managed to snag one yet (or perhaps it isn't available in your territory), then I have good news - Amzer and MoDaCo are giving one away, as well as 14 cases from the Amzer range! :)

    The competition is open to everyone worldwide and entering is easy... you must do one of the following...

    • Like Amzer on Facebook and leave a wall post saying why you want to win -
    • and retweet the competition entry tweet (click here to retweet)
      After doing that, you can get two additional entries by doing the following...

      The competition is open until the end of 24th August, 2012. Full terms and conditions for the competition can be found below. Good luck! :)

      Terms and Conditions

        [*]The competition is open to ANYONE worldwide. Please note that Amzer / MoDaCo will cover shipping costs, however the winner will be responsible for any customs fees / import duty upon receipt of the prize.

        [*]To enter this competition you must be 13 years old or over at the time of entry.

        [*]The competition is not open to employees (or members of their immediate families) of Amzer, MoDaCo or any associates.

        [*]No purchase necessary.

        [*]There is no limit on number of entries by a person.

        [*]If you want to enter the contest - you must Like Amzer on Facebook (fb.me/Amzer) and leave a wall post saying why you want to win, or Follow Amzer on Twitter (@Amzerinc) and re-tweet the entry tweet. Doing both doubles your chances and doing it multiple number of times increases your chances. You can also gain an additional entry by following @modaco on Twitter and another for following @paulobrien on Twitter.

        [*]Winners will be picked in the end by Amzer and MoDaCo jointly, they will be notified via Social Media and Blog posts at the time of decision. All winners must contact Amzer via Facebook or Twitter to claim their prize.

        [*]The closing date is 24th August 2012.

        [*]If you win a competition, we will notify you by Facebook / Twitter post. The judges’ decision will be final, and no correspondence will be entered into.

        [*]By entering the competition the winner agrees to participate in such promotional activity and material as Amzer may require.

        [*]The prize will not be transferable to another person.

        [*]No part of a prize is exchangeable for cash or any other prize.

        [*]If an advertised prize is not available, Amzer reserve the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value.

        [*]Incorrectly completed entries will be disqualified.

        [*]This competition is being run by Amzer and is hosted on MoDaCo

        [*]Amzer reserves the right to use the contest material at any time in the future, without any prior permissions.

        [*]Amzer reserves the right to amend these rules at any time. Amzer may also create rules which will apply to a specific contest only. If we do this we will publish the amended competition rules and/or specific competition rules on the relevant contest page.

        [*]Amzer will endeavour to send prizes within a month of the competition end date but cannot guarantee this delivery time. Products cannot be sent to P.O. Boxes



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    I'm sure they use IP adress to check not just look at who's following.

    And I REALLY like the Worldwide and 13+ limits!

    IP address? Somehow I think not, but if this would be the case, I can't win with my Dynamic IP can I?

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    Great piece of Technology by-passing a Certain WELL KNOWN Manufacturer that keeps on taking the Competition to civil Courts, thinking they own all Technology.

    Keep up the GOOD work and Trample that sower fruit. The one That keeps the "Doctor" away.He He He.!!!!!!!!

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