iPad 3, Nokia Lumia 800 and Sony PS3 up for grabs

This week MyBroadband and MyGaming are giving away the new Apple iPad 3, a Sony PS3 and a Nokia Lumia 800

By - March 27, 2012
Win iPad 3

This week MyBroadband and MyGaming members stand a chance to win an Apple iPad 3, a Sony PS3 and a Nokia Lumia 800.

Win an iPad 3 with FNB

MyBroadband has partnered with FNB to give you a chance to win an Apple iPad 3. To stand a chance to get your hands on Apple’s latest iPad:

Win a Nokia Lumia 800 with Microsoft’s free virtual academy

Microsoft Virtual Academy allows people to boost their IT skills free of charge. This learning portal offers targeted technical content on the latest Microsoft products and technologies

To find out more about this portal and to stand a chance to win a Nokia Lumia smartphone, please visit the following link: Nokia Lumia 800 competition

Win a Sony Playstation 3

This week MyGaming is giving away a Sony Playstation 3 160GB gaming console.

More information about the competition here: Win a Sony PS3

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