HTC Is Giving Away Free Smartphones Every Friday In The US

Looking for a new phone? Well, not a problem!  HTC, the Taiwanese electronics company, is giving out free handsets every Friday before 2017 comes around. If you are 18-years-old and above and a legal resident of the US, that is.

Well, good news, It is pretty easy to join - all you need to do is fill in a few key details on HTC's submission form. The details you need to hand over is pretty standard - like where you want the phone sent should you win it, your name, and so forth.

According to Android Authority, If you think you're lucky, head over to HTC's Sweepstakes to see if you can win a brand new phone or tablet from the company. The process is quite simple. The only thing you've to do is fill out a form on HTC's website within the 24 hours of any Friday in the next seven weeks, and you're in! Unfortunately, this free giveaway applies only for US residents. Here is a list of the prizes scheduled for next week:

  1. Sweepstakes #1 - (2) HTC One M9 (Already happened)
  2. Sweepstakes #2 - (2) Desire 626
  3. Sweepstakes #3 - (2) HTC One M8
  4. Sweepstakes #4 - (2) Nexus 9
  5. Sweepstakes #5 - (2) HTC One M9 Ink Edition
  6. Sweepstakes #6 - (2) Desire 530
  7. Sweepstakes #7 - (1) HTC One A9
  8. Sweepstakes #8 - (1) HTC 10

The first giveaway begins Friday and the prize is the HTC One M9, which is the company's 2015 flagship device. While it is a year old, it is still a pretty nice phone, especially for someone who does not necessarily need a top-of-the-line device. The device features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, reported from Digital Trends.
The Free Fone Fridays promo kicked off today and comes to a close on Friday, December 30th at 11:59 PT. That means they will give away 9 HTC smartphones between now and then, so you'll have several shots to win before 2017 ends. So, what are you waiting for? If you're interested in the Free Fone Fridays promo, click here.

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