“What would you do for an HD2” is what MS wants to know


The HD2 seems to be taking Windows Mobile on its back because it seems that even Microsoft is giving one away. The contest is asking you “What would you do for an HD2”, which if you live in the USA is a slight rip of “What would you do for a Klondike bar.” The contest has some pretty simple rules, you must be a registered resident of the UK and most be 18 or older:

You will need to be a registered member of the Website. In order to register with the Website go to: http://www.twitter.com/ and follow the instructions.
Follow @windowsphoneUK via
http://www.twitter.com/windowsphoneuk. To be eligible to win a prize you must state what you would do to win an HTC HD2 handset and include the hashtag ‘#iwantawindowsphone’ in your tweet, within the time period set out in paragraph 3 below. Any entries deemed to be offensive, abusive (including the use of profanity) or to contravene UK law will not be included in the competition. Users submitting such entries may be reported to the Website and/or the relevant legal authority.
We will track all hash tagged entries using the technology provided by the Website. You may only submit one (1) entry. Please do not spam your friends. Any entries received outside of the Entry Period set out in paragraph 3 below will not be eligible for the competition. Any entries received which are reported to violate any
http://twitter.com/tos will not be entered into the competition.
Only one (1) entry per person will be accepted. If you enter the promotion using multiple accounts on the Website then you only your first submission will count. No purchase is necessary to enter the promotion. Entry constitutes full and unconditional acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. Microsoft is not responsible for lost, corrupted or delayed entries. Microsoft reserves the right to disqualify anyone in breach of these Terms and Conditions.

If you have been looking for more ways to get your hands on an HD2, this could be for you.

Join the battle here

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