Need a last minute gift for under $50? Perhaps you’ve been considering finally getting a cell phone for your kid (or your mom!). Maybe you’re sick of snail texting on that 10-key. Or maybe you just need new, slick technology to go with your new, slick self for the new year. Either way, score major points with anyone on your list with the new Sanyo Incognito SCP-6760 cell phone.
We love the high gloss, titanium black “now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t” keypad and display. It looks all minimalist and cool until you activate it, and then the glow-through keypad and OLED external display magically appears. If you need to do some speed texting, just flip the phone open and you have a full QWERTY keyboard and a high-resolution 2.6 QVGA internal display.
It’s a multimedia powerhouse. As far as style is concerned, you’ll stand out in a crowd. And, most importantly, the Incognito will go with practically every outfit you own.
And now Audrey is giving away one free Sanyo Incognito to a lucky winner! Here’s how to enter:
1. Follow us on Twitter.
2. Send out the following tweet:
Follow @AudreyMagazine and RT this message to win a new multimedia phone! Details here.
3. Double your chances of winning by becoming a fan of Audrey Magazine on Facebook, and inviting all your friends to become fans.
4. You must send us a message on Facebook with your email address so that we may contact you if you win.
Get started now! Last chance to enter is December 31, 2009!
You must be at least 18 years old to win. All taxes are the responsibility of the winner. The decision of the judges is final. The winner will be announced on Twitter.com/audreymagazine and AudreyMagazine.com/blog on or around January 2010.
This contest is void where prohibited by law. The contest is open to U.S. residents only.
We reserve the right to substitute, change or void any and all terms of the contest and/or prize as necessary. We are not responsible for any damage incurred in shipping or inability to deliver due to incorrect address or for any other reason.
You will not be able to enter as long as your tweets are private.