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Win one of four Samsung GALAXY Nexus units from Verizon

Win one of four Samsung GALAXY Nexus units from Verizon
So how would you like to win a Samsung GALAXY Nexus? Starting Tuesday at 10am and going through Friday, Verizon is holding a Twitter contest. Each day, there will be one winner of a brand spanking new Samsung GALAXY Nexus. The first thing you have to do is to follow @VerizonWireless on Twitter, Then, each day you are required to tweet Big Red with specific messages or photos.

On Tuesday, you need to tweet a photo of your funniest face to #GalaxyNexus4X4 using a third party photo tweeting service such as YFrog or Twitpic. On Wednesday, send a tweet to #GalaxyNexus4X4 containing two circles you would keep away from each other (for example, baristas and Samsung Galaxy S II owners). On Thursday, send a tweet to #GalaxyNexus4X4 describing what you would like to share faster over 4G LTE (for example, videos, music, etc.). On the last day of the contest, Friday, tweet to #GalaxyNexus4X4 the first name of someone special.

You are limited to 10 entries per Twitter account for each day. The drawings to determine the winners will take place on January 31st. You must be at least 18 years old today (Happy Birthday!) and creating multiple Twitter accounts to enter the contest will result in disqualification. So get to work and start thinking about the contest, and how nice it will be to have a Samsung GALAXY Nexus in your hand.

source: Phandroid

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