Sunday , April 30 2017

Vodafone shows Jellybean love to Ausdroid readers

We know all too well the turmoil and angst that pending updates for your precious handset can cause, the dreaded “check for update” button returning the result that your device is up to date, when you know it isn’t!

We know that the Nexus S update has been approved and rollout has started, we know that Vodafone have received the Jellybean update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 and we know that Galaxy Nexus owners are unfortunately going to have to wait a while.

Well, while you wait for your updates, Vodafone have given Ausdroid readers some Jellybean loving!

Simply be amongst the first 50 readers to email competitions(at)Ausdroid(dot)net with the phrase
“Show me some Vodafone Jellybean Lovin” as the subject and your name and address in the email content and you’ll receive a lovely bag of Jellybeans to enjoy from Vodafone and Ausdroid.

We’re astounded by the number of responses and the 50 bags of Jellybeans are more than spoken for, so unfortunately we need to close this giveaway.

Thanks to everyone who responded asking for some Jellybean Lovin’

Thanks: Vodafone Australia.

Phil Tann   Senior Associate

  • Sent ^_^.

  • Peter

    Email sent :o)

  • Email sent… Hoping I am one of the 50.

  • Devadas Janardhanan

    email sent ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Hung


  • done.

  • Graham

    Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

  • vijay alapati

    Really… this is gay

    • Phil Tann

      For something that is “gay” we had an astonishing number of responses to our competitions email address.

      • vijay alapati

        So then, by extention, an astonishing amount of your readers must also be gay. Just taking it to its logical conclusion.

  • Jonthehorrible

    I peed on them

  • Pete

    Anyone received their jelly beans yet? I’m feeling peckish :o)

  • Brendan

    I have an SGS3 from Vodafone. Just got my jellybeans today, date on the note included is 22 October. Perfect metaphor. (Ta for the beans though!)

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