Rant is Giving Away a Verizon Wireless Motorola Droid RAZR HD!
The title does not lie. Rant Sports is teaming up with the nation’s fastest and most reliable 4G LTE Network to give one of our lucky fans a new Verizon Wireless Motorola Droid RAZR HD. Plus, they’re even throwing in a $50 Verizon Wireless Gift Card.
Here are some cool facts about the phone – the latest RAZR from Motorola – launched as the most compact 4.7-inch smartphone with a full-screen and edge-to-edge display and has a ton of great features, including:
· An 8-megapixel camera and HD display that makes movies, photos, magazines and websites appear with vibrant clarity.
· Circles Widget makes it easy to view battery life, text notifications, missed calls or weather updates, right on the home screen.
· Near-field communications-enabled, so customers can use Android Beam to share contacts, documents and maps directly to compatible phones.
· A battery that allows for up to 32 hours of normal use and double the internal storage (of older RAZR phones) to 32 GB.
· Runs over 4G LTE, combined with Chrome for Android, meaning customers can enjoy blazing fast speeds that make downloading documents or surfing the Web a breeze.
· Device is Global Ready, so calling home or sending emails is possible from more than 205 countries around the world.
So what is the catch? There really isn’t a catch. But in order to be considered for the contest, we need you to do two things. First, answer the question below in the comments section. You must also Tweet a response that must include the Hashtags #RML & #VZWFans. And the question is…
What DROID RAZR feature are you most excited for?
Now there are some rules…
1. Entries must be received by next Friday (12/14).
2. You are only allowed to win one device. In other words, multiple entries on different sites will be disqualified.
3. Have fun!!!
We wish you the best of luck!
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