Saturday , October 21 2017

Win a Samsung Galaxy S5 from Telstra by sharing a selfie


In the first of what is sure to be many competitions centred around the latest generation of flagship phones, Telstra is offering you the chance to win a Samsung Galaxy S5.

All you have to do to enter is take a selfie showing Telstra your new phone feeling – in whatever form that may take – and upload it to social media (Instagram, Facebook or Twitter) with the associated hashtag on Twitter, tagging the @Telstra accounts. You’ve got until April 14.

It’s really not much to ask to get people to post a selfie of themselves looking excited for the chance to win what is nearly a $1000 phone. Judging by some of the photos people post on Facebook even when there’s no prize involved, this really isn’t a stretch!

You’ll find full entry details on Telstra’s Facebook Page.

Will you be trading your duckface for a chance to win Samsung’s new baby? Tell us in the comments… or, link to your entry if you’re brave! 😉

Source: Telstra Facebook.

Phil Tann   Journalist

Phil is an Android enthusiast who spends most of his time reading up on U.S. Android news so he can get the low down on what could possibly hit Australian shores. Coming from a background in IT & T sales, he’s in the perfect position to give an educated view on hardware and software.

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Tracy McGarrity
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Tracy McGarrity
Well i entered into the Telstra #NEWPHONEFEELING Competition thinking i had no chance and believe it or not i have been selected as one of 60 Finalists & the Top 20 in my Category. Now its the Publics Turn to vote. My Photo is live on the Competition Page (from 10am today till 5pm 22 April 2014) – Everyone can vote once per day, so it would be great if you could take a minute to vote each day to put a vote in for me. Here’s the Link: This is my Picture & I’m in the ‘Crazy Phone… Read more »

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