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A competition to rival all competitions…I give you The Google Glass Download Plus competition!

Web Africa have generously decided to give all New and Existing Capped ADSL customers* another 50 000 GBs of Free Download Plus data to burn (no, not burn, blaze!) in September.

Our August 50 000 GB competition rocked the Internet like Aerosmith at a Woodstock concert: close to 185 000 GBs were viciously consumed!

Fortunately, you don’t have to be the biggest user to stand a chance to win in our September competition. In order to give everyone an opportunity at being awesome, usage of 50GBs or more during Download Plus hours earns you an entry into the competition draw. The more usage you do, the more competition entries you earn:

Usage of between 50GB and 99.99GBs earns you 1 entry into the draw.
Usage of between 100GB and 499.99GBs earns you 2 entries into the draw.
Usage of between 500GB and 999.99GBs earns you 3 entries into the draw.
Usage of 1000GB or more earns you 4 entries into the draw.

The winner will be drawn at random, on stage at MyBroadband’s annual conference taking place in Johannesbur on the 30th of Sep 2014.

The winner wins a pair of Google Glass valued at a whopping R 27 000!

So … what exactly do these Google Glass thingies do? Are they really freely available in South Africa? Won’t I look like a weirdo in them? All your pertinent questions answered in our Google Glass blog.

On a side note: I’m shedding a tear right now – Staff can’t enter!

Best of luck to you! Get in!

Google Glass

PS> Download Plus Q&A’s can be found here

*Excludes Prepaid, Uncapped, Reseller VISP services & free packages.

Comments
  • Harvey Specter
    Posted at 20:32 August 31, 2014
    Beylie
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    Well done, WA! Your really making a name for yourself. Glad I’m part of the coolest ISP around!

    • Harvey Specter
      Posted at 20:36 August 31, 2014
      Greg Wright
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      Thanks so much. Glad to have you onboard partner!

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