Win a Google Nexus 10 with PoundHost – Competition Closed
Get your hands on one of 25 prizes including a Nexus 10 tablet or Nexus 4 smartphone courtesy of PoundHost…
PoundHost recognises that you want no-nonsense, fast, reliable servers at the best possible prices. This is why you won’t see any contracts, lock-ins or other spurious practices. PoundHost believes in delivering outstanding service and offering the latest servers at the lowest prices possible.
They also recognise that you want the latest and greatest technology for your home. That’s why they’re giving away 25 prizes include the Google Nexus 10 tablet and Nexus 4 smartphone!
The first prize winner will take home a Google Nexus 10 tablet worth over £350.
The second prize winner will take home a Google Nexus 4 smartphone worth £239.
Another 23 winners will get a free one month trial of PoundHost Cloud and then receive a 15% recurring discount for life!
For your chance to win one of these 25 prizes, simply visit
PoundHost Cloud Server and answer the following question:
This competition is now closed. Winners will announced within a week on our Twitter and Facebook accounts. Good luck to everyone who entered!
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