WIN Samsung Google Nexus S [Giveaway]

After Apple iPod Touch 4G we are here with another interesting giveaway for the month of August 2011. You may win a Samsung Google Nexus S mobile phone simply by following few steps. There is no plenty of rules and instruction to follow. We have boxed everything you have to do to win a samsung google nexus s.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE ?

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RULES FOR THE GIVEAWAY

You can increase the chance of winning by doing any of the following.

  1. Refer people across Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or Email with Unique URL Generated at the end of Participation process above.
  2. Sharing DailyTUT Tutorials, How to’s in Twitter and Facebook also considered as one entry (each).

The more you share the more the chances of winning. So browse through our Archives and share titles that you find interesting.

Are you a Blogger ?

Earning entries is what its all about. So you can use the Unique URL generated at the end of Punchtab process while sharing this article or giveaway page in your Social Profiles (Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc.,) and Blog to earn maximum entries.

Feel free to mail us anytime if you have any queries blog@dailytut.com or drop a comment using your Facebook account in Samsung Google Nexus S Contest Page.dailytut giveaway

About the Author: Robin C

Security Consultant, Engineer, Technology Enthusiast and Blogger.

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46 Comments

  1. Yep , i have used Android 2.1 in Micromax A60 …… but am not much satisfied with that phone due to its poor camera, poor sound and worst touch !!
    Hope to try Samsung NEXUS 🙂

  2. I have Not used the android but thinking about to buy a new one. If I could get it free then it would be better. Participating in this Giveaway. plz count me too….

    Thanks for the promo.

  3. The person who wins this Smartphone would be really lucky. It is ironical, I am a tech enthusiast, I am a blogger, but still I have never owned an Android, it has been 3 years since Android was launched, maybe 4.

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