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T-Mobile Giveaway: A Nokia Lumia 710, A Year of Service and A Year of Handset Protection

by Todd Haselton | June 28, 2012June 28, 2012 9:00 am PST

We have great news, folks! T-Mobile USA today announced Monthly4G Handset Protection, giving Monthly4G prepaid customers the option to insure their smartphones. The service is $7 a month and protects prepaid customers from loss, theft, malfunction and damage. Great option, right? There’s more. TechnoBuffalo will be giving away T-Mobile prizes to our readers in celebration of the announcement.

All you have to do is submit the craziest, most ridiculous way that you’ve damaged or lost your phone. Did you drop it in the toilet and try to fish it out? Did you accidentally leave it on top of your car and jump on the highway only to return back to the gas station to find it in pieces? Did your new puppy chew it up like a play toy?

We know there are plenty of great stories out there and we’re giving away amazing prizes for the best ones. The Grand Prize winner will receive a free year of T-Mobile service in the form of the Monthly4G™ No Annual Contract $50 unlimited plan, a free year of Monthly4G™ Handset Protection, a Nokia Lumia 710 and a D3O® Gel Skin protective case made with military grade technology.

Lumia 710 Giveaway

The three runner up prizes are just as amazing: Each runner up will receive a six-months of free T-Mobile service in the form of the Monthly4G™ No Annual Contract $50 unlimited plan, six-months of free of Monthly4G™ Handset Protection, a Nokia Lumia 710 and a D3O® Gel Skin protective case made with military grade technology.

Here’s how the contest will go down:

We’ll pick the top 10 stories on July 11 and publish a poll so that you can vote on the stories you like best. On July 13th, we’ll reveal the final winners and contact them.

So let’s get started! What’s the craziest way you’ve ever damaged, lost or broken your phone?


Todd Haselton

Todd Haselton has been writing professionally since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with...

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