WIN a Kindle Fire HD With Vonage UK

Put an end to your dull daily commute with the new Kindle Fire HD

Globalisation makes the world a smaller place and great communication a business essential – so we’ve teamed up with Vonage to offer you the chance to win the eagerly anticipated Kindle Fire HD (16GB).

Amazon’s latest device offers ultra-fast web browsing, free cloud storage and an extra-long battery life as well as anti-glare technology for rich colour and deep contrast from any viewing angle. The reviews speak for themselves!

Vonage gives you the opportunity to get unlimited calls, the perfect opportunity to keep in regular contact with your family and friends. They also have great value Business Call Plans starting from as little as £4.99/month, get a second phone line without the hassle of a line installation!

Vonage is a leading provider of low-cost communications services connecting individuals through broadband devices worldwide. The company provides feature-rich, affordable communication solutions that offer flexibility, portability and ease-of-use for your home or your business.

Entering is easy, and each method you do gives you another chance to win:

1) Leave a short comment in answer to the following question: If you could call anyone, dead or alive, who would it be and why ?

2) Tweet the following phrase: “@VonageUK I’d love to #win a #Kindle Fire in the @LondonLovesBiz #competition http://bit.ly/RSEJTa”. Then leave a comment to tell us you have tweeted.

3) Follow @VonageUK on Twitter. Then leave a comment to tell us you have done so.

4) Like Vonage on Facebook. Then leave a comment to tell us you have done so.

 

Terms and Conditions:

  • Open to UK residents only
  • The competition will close 2nd November at 23.59 GMT
  • The winner will be picked at random from entries received
  • No cash alternative is available

Readers' comments (630)

  • Anonymous

    i've followed on twitter

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  • liked on facebook iain maciver

    followed on twitter and tweeted
    @maci234

    i would call elvis presley as i am the biggest fan

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  • 1) I would call the Baha Men and ask them who DID let the dogs out?

    4) Liked on Facebook

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  • Anonymous

    I would call Lionel Richie - to say how flattered I was by his song.

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  • If I could talk to anyone in the world, dead or alive, I would choose to speak with Lady Gaga. I feel that she has been one of the most positive influencial people of this generation. Her music has broken all sorts of records and I am thankful she has used her celebrity to spread positivity and love.

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  • Anonymous

    The man that invented the Credit Card: then shoot him twice. Once for calling it the Credit instead of Debt Card; and, again, for flooding the planet with unsecured debt.

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  • Anonymous

    It would be great to talk to Charles Dickens and discover how he would really have finished his unfinished nove "Edwin Drood".

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  • 1) I would talk to Isaac Newton as he had such an influence on the world with hi involvement in the mint and the scientific world

    2) Tweeted @stranstringulon

    3) Followed @vonageuk

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  • Anonymous

    I would call Dawn French and tell her how talented I think she is and how she always makes me smile and giggle when I'm having a bad day.

    followed and tweeted on twitter as @angelicalish and liked on fb.

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  • I would call my father who died when I was fifteen. It's been so long I cant remember what his voice sounds like and I would give anything to be able to speak to him again 3) followed @vonageuk

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