20 COMPUTERS TO BE WON; E.on ENTER FOR FREE

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20 COMPUTERS TO BE WON; E.on ENTER FOR FREE


RECORD Mobile has teamed up with E.ON to give away TWENTY COMPUTERS in its FREE PRIZE DRAW.

There's no cost to enter! For this week only just text DREON to 67800to get Record Mobile and you could WIN A COMPUTER FOR YOUR HOME in association with leading energy company E.ON.

It's all part of E.ON's Great Energy Saving Giveaway to help Record readers take control of their energy usage and save money on their bills.

These amazing Advent computers are designed to use 80% less energy than an ordinary PC. They have a 19" display, Intel@ Core 2 Duo processor and 160GB hard drive with Norton360 All in One Security installed and come with a PC Power Down - meaning you won't pay for printers or scanners when you shut down.

Plus, each winner will get an E.ON Home Energy Saving Monitor to show how much electricity you are using and help you save money on your energy bills.

3 EASY STEPS TO WIN A COMPUTER ON RECORD MOBILE

1. Send the word DREON in a text message to 67800.Your text will cost your normal network rate.

2. You will receive a FREE text message which contains a link in it. Open the message and click on the link. This will take you to Record Mobile

3. Complete the registration page and you'll automatically be entered into the free prize draw to win one of our 20 COMPUTERS with PC PowerDown and Home Energy Saving Monitor

HOME HEAT HELPLINE

If you are elderly, disabled or living on certain benefits you are entitled to free home insulation and cheaper energy tariffs.

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