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BT Bingo | WIN a Samsung Galaxy S6!

I do love a good competition don’t you?! It feels like a
fair while since I had something competition related on the blog, so today I am
pleased to announce the exciting #
A super dooper cool competition being hosted by BT on their
Twitter channel in celebration of their
SIM- only range.

Get this, you can WIN
a Samsung Galaxy S6 Smartphone
! Now you may recall my last giveaway was
this very prize and now you have… not one but three chances to win one with BT
in #BTMobileBingo.

Why are they hosting such a competition? Here are some key
facts you need to know about the NEW
BTMobile range…

Three kinds of 4G plans

A 4G plan which includes data, minutes and texts
for as little as £5 a month!

5 Million BT Wi-Fi hotspots in the UK (most
extensive coverage)

UK’s biggest 4G network

BT Mobile customers receive BT Sports app with
BT Sport Lite (includes 38 Barclay Premier League matches)

All BT Mobile plans are only 12 month contracts
(always good in my book!)

Can you see why it is definitely a cause for celebration?!
Roll on #BTMobileBingo

How #BTMobileBingo

How do you get your mitts on a Samsung Galaxy S6 Smartphone you ask? Those taking part will use
their mobile numbers as their unique bingo numbers, so no competition fixes it
is purely in the hands of lady luck! BT will reveal a new random number between
0-9 until someone wins… and that could be you if you’re the first person to
cross off the last six digits of your mobile phone number in any order!

Basically my best advice for this competition is to follow
the hashtag #BTMobileBingo and the
Twitter account to make sure you find out those numbers. If you are the lucky
person to get a full house, you will need to tweet you have a ‘FULL HOUSE I
just won #BTMobileBingo’ by tweeting BT at

You have three chances to win so it’s worth giving it a go…
as the saying goes you need to be in it to win it so get following
@BT_UK to play #BTMobileBingo.

at 6.30pm, 7.30pm and 8pm on 29th September 2015

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