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Win a ZTE Acqua V880E this New Year!

As we are nearing Christmas and the New Year celebration, ZTE Malaysia and MalaysianWireless would like to give away an unit of ZTE Acqua V880E to one lucky reader of MalaysianWireless.com.

Its easy to participate! Follow the steps below:

  1. Participant must LIKE the Facebook page of  ZTE Malaysia(LINK) & MalaysianWireless(LINK).
  2. Answer the following questions:  Q1 – When was the ZTE Acqua launched in Malaysia? Q2 – Which version of the Android operating system comes preloaded on the ZTE Acqua V880E smartphone? (Clue: Answers can be found here)
  3. Complete the slogan(about 50 words): I want a ZTE Acqua because _____________________.
  4. Post your answers and slogan on the MalaysianWireless Facebook Page.
  5. The correct answers with the best slogan will be selected as winner.

Terms & Condition:

  • Contest is open to Malaysians living in Malaysia, age 18 and above with a valid Facebook account.
  • One entry per person.
  • Duration of this contest is from 20 December 2012 till 24 December 2012(11.59PM).
  • The prize(ZTE Acqua V880E) will be couriered to the winner.
  • Contest decision is final and MalaysianWireless reserves the right to make changes to this Terms & Conditions without prior notice at any time.

For more details on the ZTE Acqua V880E, visit this page.

About Kugan

Kugan is the founder of MalaysianWireless. He has been observing the mobile industry since 2003. Connect with him on Twitter: @scamboy

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