Win an iPad 2 or Samsung Galaxy Tab

Give your views on our BusinessTech articles or select a gift for someone (for free) and stand a chance to win some cool prizes

By - February 22, 2012
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This week MyBroadband is giving away prizes which will make both Android and Apple fanboys happy: An Apple iPad 2 and a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7”

Select a gift and win an Apple iPad 2

In the latest MyBroadband forum competition you can win an iPad 2 by selecting a cool or funny gift from Wantitall.

Select a gift for a forum member or a well known South African, and we will send that gift to them if you are the winner. If your gift is selected, you will get an iPad 2.

More information and entries here: iPad 2 free gift competition

Give your views and win a Samsung Galaxy Tab

MyBroadband BusinessTech is giving away a 7” Samsung Galaxy Tab to one person who commented on the news articles. To stand a chance to win this prize you can comment in the follows ways:

Details about the competition are here: Samsung Galaxy Tab comment competition (http://businesstech.co.za/forum/showthread.php/1075-Comment-and-win-a-Samsung-Galaxy-Tab)

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