Your: Life: FIVE Computers to Be Won; PLUS ENERGY SAVING MONITORS FOR YOUR HOME

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Your: Life: FIVE Computers to Be Won; PLUS ENERGY SAVING MONITORS FOR YOUR HOME


Your Life is giving away FIVE energy-saving home computers to help you beat the credit crunch.

We've teamed up with E.ON, a leading energy company, to help more people take control of their energy usage and save money on their bills.

These amazing Advent computers use 80 per cent less energy than an ordinary PC even though they have a 19in display, Intel@ Core 2 Duo processor and 160GB hard drive. They come with Norton360 All in One Security and a PC PowerDown meaning you don't pay for linked peripherals (like printers or scanners) when you shut down.

Use your new PC to visit www.eonchallenge.comwhere you can find a range of ways to save money around your home like using these energy saving light bulbs shown by The Mirror's Fiona Phillips (right).

And to save even more money on fuel bills each computer prize comes with an E.ON Home Energy-Saving Monitor which lets you see how much electricity you are using around the home.

HOW TO ENTER

Answer this question for a chance to win

Q: Using the internet is known as surfing the..? (a) web (b) world (c) waves Call 0901 553 0520 and follow instructions

OR Text YOURLIFE followed by a space and then the word YES if you are an existing E.ON customer or the word NO if you are not followed by another space and then your answer (a, b or c), your name, house number and postcode to 84080. …

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