This competition has now ended. Thanks for all those who participated to the survey.
TechRadar Pro wants to find out more about the computing habits of our readers. So we’ve concocted this simple survey asking a couple of questions about your PC and smartphone (yes, the latter is a computer too, albeit a pocket-sized one).
In return for your considered responses, we’re giving you the chance to win a fantastic technology bundle worth more than £1,000, consisting of the following:
- One Knowroaming Global SIM card with $125 credit and unlimited worldwide WhatsApp access
- One 27-inch Touch Monitor worth £330
- An worth £70
- The worth £365
- A Satechi Slim Aluminum Type-C Multi-Port Adapter worth £57.99
- A BT Smart Hub wireless cable and fibre router worth £129.99
To enter the competition and gain the chance of winning this not-so-little lot, all you need to do is answer the survey below:
Terms and conditions
- By taking part in this competition, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions below, as well as the Competition Rules
- The competition will take place between 23/03/2017 and 06/04/2017. It is open to UK residents over the age of 18. Readers outside the UK can participate but will not be included in the draw
- The prize winner will be chosen at random. Our decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into
- There will be one (1) prize, details of which will be announced on 13/04/2017. The competition closes on the 6/04/2017 (entries made after 3pm on that day may not be counted).
- There is no cash alternative
- Note that some of the giveaway items are review samples and might have missing accessories, boxes and the odd scratch on them.
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