Win a Macbook Air with MyBroadband

MyBroadband’s forum has recently exceeded 6 million posts, and in celebration we are giving away a Macbook Air, a 128GB flash drive and a Bluetooth headset

November 14, 2012
MyBroadband

MyBroadband’s forum has recently surpassed 6 million posts, and to celebrate this growth we have launched a competition where we are giving away an Apple Macbook Air, a 128GB flash drive and a Bluetooth headset.

MyBroadband was founded in July 2003, and is currently the largest IT website in South Africa. It also has the largest online IT community in the country.

The latest milestone is a sign of MyBroadband’s strong growth over the last year. The website is currently serving 7.8 million pages to 1.2 million unique monthly visitors.

The competition is open to all MyBroadband members, and is quick and easy to enter. Details of the competition can be viewed here: MyBroadband Macbook Air competition

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