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Contests: Help a Blogger Win a Year of Cell Phone Service

February 27, 2009 in Nokia Phone Deals

Cellphones.org recently posted up a new contest, but not for you. Instead, the “2009 Blogger Appreciation Awards” highlights the work of my fellow bloggers/writers who toil to bring you the latest and greatest news.

There’s three prizes – first prize is a year’s worth of cell phone service, second prize is a “Free cell phone of your choosing” (Oh boy. I don’t think these guys know what they’re getting into), and finally, third prize is a $100 off any purchase at cellphones.org.

To enter the contest, you need to have a real, tangible blog, and you need to be nominated. Then the voting begins ’til March 17th. And the nomination period ends on Feb. 28th, so get cracking!

And finally, I would prefer NOT to be nominated. There’s a lot of great blogs out there, blogs that are far more deserving of awards in my opinion.

2009 Blogger Appreciation Contest

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