Everyone in BlackBerry nation is excited for next weeks second annual BlackBerry World event (formerly WES) and what RIM is doing with BlackBerry 10 and in honor of this, we at BerryReview – in partnership with ContactMonkey – have a special treat for our lucky readers. In lieu of RIM’s pending BlackBerry 10 announcement next week, ContactMonkey is sponsoring a giveaway on BerryReview for a BlackBerry 10 Device IOU.
If you are unaware of ContactMonkey, it’s a cloud-based service that makes it easy to share contact information, and it’s not an app, so it will work with all major devices i.e. BlackBerry, Android, Windows Phone, and of course iOS) as well as most major Web address books including Yahoo, Gmail, Windows live, Salesforce, Highrise, Goldmine and Zoho.
To learn more about ContactMonkey check out their website.
Now for the contest:
ContactMonkey is giving you a chance to win a BlackBerry 10 device IOU.
The device is scheduled to be released this coming fall.
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO FROM TODAY UNTIL MAY 6TH at 11:59PM EST: sign up for your FREE CONTACTMONKEY account and also for a BerryReview.com (if you don’t already have a login) and leave a comment on this post.
So here is what you need to know about the rules:
- The contest is sponsored and run by ContactMonkey and is open to residents of Canada and United States only.
- To be entered to win you must sign up for a free ContactMonkey account for Business or Personal use and leave a comment on this article while logged into BerryReview before May 6th 2012 at 11:59PM.
- You must be registered and logged in to BerryReview when leaving comments for them to be included in the contest.
- The winner will be selected and contacted by ContactMonkey after the contest ends. Arrangements will be made to award the BlackBerry 10 device after it launches.
- BerryReview & ContactMonkey reserve the right to alter or terminate the contest at any time.
- Official rules and conditions apply
*Please note the above image is a rendering of what a BlackBerry 10 device may possibly look like and is being used for demonstration purposes only. Device shipped will probably not be exactly as seen above*