Eight lucky entrants will win a pair of Powerbeats 3 wireless headphones thanks to T-Mobile

Eight lucky entrants will win a pair of Powerbeats 3 wireless headphones thanks to T-Mobile
It might be Saturday, but the Ten Days of Magenta contest goes on. Today only, you can enter to win one of eight Powerbeats 3 wireless headphones being given away by T-Mobile. As has been his wont over the last few days, John Legere (the carrier's president and CEO for those unaware) disseminated the news about today's prize from his Twitter account. And as far as we could tell, Legere managed to spell every word correctly.

To enter the contest, by the end of the day you need to sent a creative Tweet of your own to #10DaysofMagenta and #Contest. Just this past week, T-Mobile gave away 16 LG V20 handsets. Back then, the contest was referred to as "12 Days of Magenta." We are not sure why two days have been cut from the count, but we're hoping to get an explanation from the carrier.

By the way, the Powerbeats 3 wireless headphones sell for $199.99 at Amazon, so this is not a prize to sneeze at. And while Mr. Legere's tweet didn't mention it, most likely this contest is open to U.S. residents only. Good luck!

Eight Powerbeats 3 wireless headphones will be given away by T-Mobile

Eight Powerbeats 3 wireless headphones will be given away by T-Mobile


source: @JohnLegere

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4 Comments

1. phonehome

Posts: 812; Member since: Dec 19, 2014

10-11-12 years ago it seemed like every other person was wearing a Bluetooth earpiece. Don't see it nearly as much now. I wonder if was just a fad, inconvenience of having to charge separately, worrying over getting snatched (robbed) or even a worry of radiation emission...Still do see many still wearing the cheap (usually included with phone) earbuds.

2. zenun12

Posts: 205; Member since: Oct 31, 2016

probably because of OEM's packing earbuds along with phones.

3. chillywill95831

Posts: 11; Member since: Apr 05, 2015

Bluetooth on your person tended to evaporate with Bluetooth functionality connected to newer cars. The earbuds included with phones is a non starter, seeing as how they've always been included even during the Bluetooth headset heyday.

4. chillywill95831

Posts: 11; Member since: Apr 05, 2015

Bluetooth on your person tended to evaporate with Bluetooth functionality connected to newer cars. The earbuds included with phones is a non starter, seeing as how they've always been included even during the Bluetooth headset heyday.

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