Wednesday, April 27, 2011

T-Mobile Bets $1000 The Galaxy S Is Faster Than The iPhone

Apple fanboys, T-Mobile is calling you out!! The company is betting Seattle iPhone users $1000 that your Apple iPhone won't beat the T-Mobile Galaxy S smartphone on the T-Mobile 4G network.

Friday, April 29 – Sunday, May 1, 2011, bring your iPhone into one of the 10 participating T-Mobile stores to take part in a speed challenge. If your iPhone can beat the Galaxy S 4G in two out of three speed tests (download speed only), T-Mobile will give you 1,000 bucks.

If you own an Apple iPhone on either Verizon or AT&T and live in the Seattle Washington area you might want to find a participating store and see how you stack up. You can find all of the contest details and the participating T-Mobile store locations here.

The Speed Challenge Requirements
  1. Speed challenge offered 4/29/2011 through 5/1/2011; subject to change. First come, first served. Participating locations only.
  2. Limit one speed challenge per person.
  3. Participants must be 18 years of age or older and a legal resident of the 50 U.S. states or D.C.; iPhone models used on the AT&T or Verizon Wireless network (and not over Wi-Fi) only.
  4. Participants must agree to complete a T-Mobile survey / information form.
  5. Participants must download a free speed test Application specified by T-Mobile; standard data charges apply.
  6. Speed challenge consists of three tests of the Galaxy S 4G versus the iPhone based solely on download speeds as measured by the Application; participants will be eligible to receive $1,000 if their iPhones are faster in two out of the three tests.
  7. Successful participants must provide contact information; affidavit of eligibility and a liability release may be required.
  8. $1,000 provided in form of check; allow 6-8 weeks for delivery. All applicable taxes are the sole responsibility of the recipient. If check is returned as non-deliverable or participant is not eligible, $1,000 will be forfeited and T-Mobile will have no further obligation.

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