Win A (Hopefully Not-Locked To Verizon) Galaxy Nexus From Google

We’ve got our fingers crossed this contest offers up a Galaxy Nexus smartphone that is unlocked for all networks  as Google is offering you a chance to win one of 10. With 10 chances in 10 days all you have to do is play a little trivia, answer a question and score your chance to win.

The Galaxy Nexus Challenge (the “Contest”) is a skill contest where participants must submit via Twitter solutions to puzzles, photo challenges and essay questions (“Solutions”) to win prizes. The Solutions will be evaluated by judges, who will choose the daily winning entries in accordance with these Official Rules. The prize(s) will be awarded to participant(s) whose Solution is evaluated as having the highest score in the judging criteria.

Sounds good? So follow @GoogleNexus and wait for your chance to win. Keep your fingers crossed the US prize isn’t a Verizon based Nexus smartphone because this is a great chance for Google to give away some unlocked Nexus smartphones to Google fans on all networks.

@GoogleNexus

Read the full rules. 

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  • Anonymous

    1st?

  • http://twitter.com/poisonwolf1337 PoisonWolf

    Do you guys put @googlenexus in each response or do you put #googlenexus in each response? The rules mention in both ways (in one portion they tell you to use @googlenexus, and in another they say #googlenexus).

    • Anonymous

      Use both. #GalaxyNexus is well-traveled, coming to @googlenexus from *answer*

  • P Rogers86

    @googlenexus

  • RepSter

    U.S. winners receive Verizon version.  Nexus will be exclusive to Verizon until Q2 2012.  AT&T=Tmo.

    • Anonymous

      Care to share your source of Q2 claims?

  • Brazilianguy

    Who cares, htc coming with the first quadcore ics phone,nexus is outdated,sorry…

    • OpiateoftheMasses

      You sir are an idiot. This phone will not be outdated. What the hell are you going to do with a quad core phone except drain your battery and probably only use 1 1/2 cores at max.

      Uninformed masses pass crap like this on.

    • Anonymous

      Right and it will be locked down and loaded with bloat and likely never see the next version of android.

    • Realcool2000

      Hey Brazilianguy, do you practice Jiu Jitsu?

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know what the answer is. Anybody know?

  • http://twitter.com/dronde Ednord D.

    T-mobile refers me to this website. Crazy huh. I didn’t know you guys were official

    • http://tmonews.com David

      We aren’t official, we are an unofficial blog with no affiliation to T-Mobile.

      • Ednord D.

        I know, it was just funny. I was on the site when he refers me to here. He said the guys at tmonews got their news before them. I know that. 

        • http://tmonews.com David

          Ah ok good, I never want people confusing us with being an “actual” T-Mobile site. We aren’t employees, on the payroll or anything similar. Some people do get confused and I try and avoid that since we’re a little loose with verbiage around here. I don’t want anyone thinking T-Mobile approves of something other than a PG site!

  • am79

    Anybody know if i buy an unlocked galaxy nexus from overseas, would it work on T-MO USA’s 3g AND 4g bands? Please help.

    • Anonymous

      Yes sir, I checked into it myself and the Galaxy Nexus comes in all GSM flavors. I want to get to go along with my 4S on AT&T but wanted 3G bands. Finally Google and Samsung just doing a device that supports all bands. Unlike Prior HTC & Samsung Nexus that T-Mo first. 

  • GUEST

    SOOOO GOOGLE, since I don’t TWITTER , I GUESS I’M BEING DISCRIMINATED AGAINST AND SINCE ITS FREE AND I CAN’T TWITTER YOU NEED TO CONSIDER YOUR RULES AGAIN.
    CC: FILE
    CC; FILE FCC
    CC;STATE GOVT