Lowi’s free 60 gigs are on their way to becoming a tradition. The last time we could enjoy them was this summer and just today September 15 the promotion ended. Vodafone’s virtual mobile operator has decided that it wants to continue offering this advantage, although in this case it will do so through a raffle to award a total of 10 60-gigabyte bonuses that can be used before October 31.
How to enter the Lowi raffle
Lowi has taken advantage of his social networks to announce a new raffle0 of 10 bonuses of 60 gigs to navigate. Participating is very simple and you just have to follow them on Twitter, give RT and mark as a favorite. In addition, we will have to comment with the hashtag # GIFme60GBLowi and a GIF that describes how we would feel with 60GB more to navigate.
We can participate as many times as we want and the 10 answers with the Most ingenious and fun GIFs they will take the bonuses of 60 gigs. The winners will be announced next Wednesday and until then, Lowi customers can submit their entries without any hassle.
Be a follower of Lowi’s Twitter account ((https://twitter.com/Lowi_es/). Give Like and Retweet the publication of the # GIFme60GBLowi contest Make a comment answering the question posed: “Comment with # GIFme60GBLowi and a GIF that describes how you would feel with 60GB more. ”Using the hashtag # GIFme60GBLowi.” There is unlimited participation in the publication. Each comment that meets the requirements will be considered as an individual entry.
According to the legal bases, may participate: those individuals of legal age, residents in Spain in possession of a valid ID or passport in case of being Spanish, or valid NIE and residence permit in case of being foreigners, at the time of awarding the Prize, and comply with the mechanics of the Promotion established in these Terms and Conditions.
In addition, participation in the Promotion in a manner fraudulent (use of robots, non-manual systems, hacking, etc.) will mean the automatic elimination of participation in the Promotion, without the right, where appropriate, to the Prize assigned in commission of fraud or deception.