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giffgaff Mobile Facts and Forecasts 2012 Infographic

by handy giff-staffer victoriatagg ‎18-04-2012 17:49 - edited ‎14-11-2012 12:18

Find our top Mobile facts and forecasts for 2012 in the giffgaff Facts and Forecasts infographic below - created by member Joshaw. Don't forget to enter our Twitter Competition to win a new iPad (iPad 3).  Take a look, and find out more about the competition below.

 

giffgaff - the top 10 facts & forecasts for mobile in 2012

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Source: giffgaff - the mobile network

 

 

Embed the giffgaff Mobile Facts and Forecasts Infographic on your site using this code:

 

Embed this image on your site by copying and pasting:

 

<a href="http://giffgaff.com"><img border="0" alt="giffgaff - the top 10 facts & forecasts for mobile in 2012
[Infographic]" src="http://apps.giffgaff.com/gg-infographic-top-10.png" /></a>
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Source: <a href="http://giffgaff.com/">giffgaff - the mobile network</a><br />
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Twitter Competition and yes, you heard right - you can win a new iPad (iPad3).

 

Twitter competition Ts & Cs – Win a new iPad

 

Spoiler

Want to win a new iPad (iPad 3)?  All you need to do is share the infographic on Twitter – using the Share button (at the bottom of the blog post) or by copying and pasting the following sentence into your Twitter stream (ensuring you include the URL to the specific blog post): 

Giffgaff Mobile Facts and Forecasts 2012 http://bit.ly/Jhq7tU  #giffgaffmobileforecasts, making sure your tweet contains the hashtag #giffgaffmobileforecasts

 

1. By submitting your entry, you agree to be bound by the following terms and conditions.

2. You can enter if you’re 16 or over and a UK resident (but not if you’re a giffgaff employee, one of their family, or connected in any other way with this Competition. So hard cheese.) Obviously, third party entries, bulk entries or entries submitted by agents are off limits. We (giffgaff) reserve the right to check all entrants are actually eligible, and we reserve the right to require such information as we consider reasonably necessary in order to do that. If we’re not satisfied, you might not get your prize.

3. Entering’s a piece of cake.Make sure you're on the Mobile Facts and Forecasts blog post, and hit share button and select Twitter (or copy and paste the sentence from the ‘Add this’ Twitter button at the bottom of the post)– ensure you include the hashtag #giffgaffmobileforecasts

4. You can retweet as many times as you like, but will only get entered into the competition once.  Entries not complying with these terms and conditions will be invalid.

5. We can and will reject any entry, and/or disqualify any winner or entrant, if we think that the entry is defamatory, indecent or violates or infringes any third party’s rights.

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7. It’s not over till Wednesday 2nd May 2012 at 7pm. And please don’t leave it until the last minute, in case technology lets you down.

8. A winner will be selected randomly from the entries. The prize will be sent by royal mail to UK addresses only.

9. We’ll let you all know the winner on our Twitter page and in the blog comments. If you’re the lucky winner, we’ll send you a tweet to share the good news. But we won’t let the prize sit around unclaimed, so if the winner is unable to be contacted by 5pm on the 7th May 2012 - or doesn’t tell us where to send it - we’ll choose another lucky winner.

10. We’re not responsible if you can’t take up the prize.

11. We’re not responsible for any entries that go astray. Ditto for acceptances or other documents or communications related to the Prize, or indeed the prize itself.

12. We’ll put the winner’s twitter id on our Twitter feed, and they may be required to participate in publicity connected with this Competition. If you enter, you agree to your name being made publicly available if you win.

13. In the event of fraud, abuse, and/or an error affecting the proper operation of this Competition, we reserve the right to end or suspend the Competition; amend these terms & conditions; declare void the notification of winner(s); and/or to allocate the Prize by conducting a simple draw from all entrants

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15. Our decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

16. We reserve the right to suspend, cancel or amend the promotion and/or review and revise these terms and conditions at any time without giving prior notice and by continuing to take part in the promotion subsequent to any revision of these terms and conditions, entrants shall be deemed to have agreed to any such new or amended terms. 

 

Comments
by wman2 on ‎18-04-2012 17:58

Entered :smileyhappy:

by jaygb1982 on ‎18-04-2012 18:24

Great Infograph as usual Josh!

by stealthybigboss2 on ‎18-04-2012 18:31
just entered!
by allwyn on ‎18-04-2012 18:53

Must admit Joshaw is very talented indeed! giffgaff are lucky to have him as a member. As always, well done to him :smileyhappy: 

by bilalmukhtar1 on ‎18-04-2012 19:16

hmmmm id have thought that linux has aleady past windows since everyone i know has an android or iphone and nothing else!

by gawright on ‎18-04-2012 19:20

What does Linux to outnumber Windows on Mobile devices mean? Does it mean Android (which is based on the Linux kernel but I wouldn't really call it Linux). Android is already the most widely used Mobile OS, certainly much much more widely used than Windows Mobile and, contrary to what some think, more widely used than iphones 

by thewordsmith on ‎18-04-2012 20:20
I missed the part of the post where Joshaw was creditted with the infographic... but I knew anyway. :smileywink: Great work, as ever, Joshaw. :smileyhappy: The Wordsmith
by zerodudex333 on ‎18-04-2012 21:13
Very cool :smileyhappy: Awesome work as always Joshaw
by joolzian on ‎18-04-2012 21:58

80% of young people ould spend last £10 on phone instead of food.  :smileysurprised:

 

Thats junkie behaviour.:smileysad:

 

Nice graphic Josh.:smileyhappy:

by martyjw on ‎18-04-2012 22:50

Wicked work josh! I love the glowwww :smileyvery-happy: 96% in 2010? Boom thats a lot of phones! :smileysurprised:

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