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FutureFive rebrand anniversary: $2000 Epic giveaway week!

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It’s been three months since Netguide became FutureFive, in this time we have gone on a journey of discovery, exploring tech straight from the future.

Because this is such a special week for us, we have decided that it would be the perfect opportunity for a round of epic giveaways and special stories.

We have a whole pile of epic prizes including, two smartphones, a Fitbit Charge 2 and a Sprocket wireless mini-printer, with a total value of over $2000.

We will also be running a special story every day focusing one of our five key topics.

Robots, drones, clean energy, car tech and gaming will each receive a special feature this week, starting today with electric vehicles.

Amongst all of the excitement we will still be bringing you our regular content as well, so you can still expect product reviews, top lists and updates on all of the latest consumer tech-news.

To enter the first round of giveaways all you have to do is give our Facebook page a like here.

To enter the second round of giveaways subscribe to our newsletter here.

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Prize list

Giveaway round one:
Four incredibly durable Otterbox phone cases.
One HP Sprocket mini-printer plus a 20 pack of printing paper.

Giveaway round two:
Fitbit Charge 2.

Grand-prize giveaway:
Vodafone’s new V8 and N8 smartphones.

Complete event schedule

  • Monday, July 17: Electric vehicle day. 
  • Tuesday, July 18: AR/VR and gaming.
  • Wednesday, July 19: First round of giveaways. Clean energy day.
  • Thursday, July 20: Robots.
  • Friday, July 21: Second round of giveaways. Drones.
  • Monday, July 24: Grand prize winner announcement.

A big thank you to all of our participants.

Our next giveaway will start on August 10.

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