Join us in a fun Sunday Debate on New vs. Old. Come with your opinions and feel free to read some of our thoughts, then pick your side or play devil’s advocate to get your voice heard and engage in friendly discussion. You can read our food-for-thought or jump straight into the fray below! Smartphone purchases make for some of the sweetest times of the year for many of us. After all, we are hobbyists of Android and a new...
[CONTEST] XDA Developer TV 100,000 Subscribers Contest – Win a Nexus 7
XDA Developer TV, our YouTube channel, has seen tremendous growth in the past year. We will be reaching our 100,000th subscriber soon. We decided that the best way to celebrate would be to hold a contest. We will be giving away two Nexus 7 tablets. And, both contests are open to our international followers.
This contest will have two parts. We will give one of the 100,000 subscribers a Nexus 7. So if you are not subscribed, go ahead and jump on over to the XDA Developer TV channel page and subscribe. This part of the contest will be open until the 100,000 subscriber milestone is reached.
Fear not current subscribers, we would not be here without your support! So to win the second Nexus 7 all you have to do is share your favorite XDA Developer TV video on your social networks. If you share it on Google+, Twitter, and Facebook on the same day, that counts as three entries. You are eligible for one entry per Social Network per day, so enter daily. Make sure to mention us in the post, or we won’t see your entry and it will not be included. At the conclusion of the contest period we will randomly select an entry. This part of the contest will be open until 11:59PM GMT Friday, March 15th 2013. The winner will be announced on March 18th’s News Recap with Jordan.
NOTE: The second part prize winners will be selected at random by XDA Administration and their selection is final. This is a social media contest, must participate on the specified social media network to be qualified to win. No purchase necessary. XDA Developer TV and XDA management reserves the right to change, alter or cancel this contest at any time without notice.
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