PCWorld is giving away a OnePlus 6T in Midnight Black for the holidays!
Business Management

PCWorld is giving away a OnePlus 6T in Midnight Black for the holidays!

The OnePlus 6T isn’t just the best mid-range phone you can buy—it’s one of the best phones of the year, with a gorgeous screen, tiny notch, and killer specs. And now you can win one of your very own.

One lucky reader will win a OnePlus 6T in Midnight Black with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage along with three official cases. The phone is unlocked, so it works with AT&T and T-Mobile networks, as well as Verizon, though you may need to call your carrier to turn on some things.

Entering our giveaway, on the other hand, couldn’t be easier. You can scroll to the bottom of this page and enter your email address in the widget to gain a single entry. Score extra chances to win by subscribing to our Twitter and Twitch accounts, as well as the PCWorld's YouTube page (be sure to check out the latest episode of Android Confidential while you’re there). Also make sure to follow OnePlus on Instagram for all the latest awesome pics taken with the 6T’s camera.

The contest begins today and runs through Friday, December 21 at 9 a.m. PT. Only legal residents of the 50 United States (including the District of Columbia) or Canada (except Quebec) are eligible to win. See terms and conditions for full details. The lucky winner will be notified via email, so make sure to check those spam folders. And good luck!

OnePlus 6T giveaway

PREVIOUS ARTICLE

« IBM offloads software products to HCL Technologies in $1.8B deal

NEXT ARTICLE

Hands on: Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8cx reference laptop is a fresh attempt to be faster »
author_image
IDG Connect

IDG Connect tackles the tech stories that matter to you

  • Mail

Recommended for You

How to (really) evaluate a developer's skillset

Adrian Bridgwater’s deconstruction & analysis of enterprise software

Unicorns are running free in the UK but Brexit poses a tough challenge

Trevor Clawson on the outlook for UK Tech startups

Cloudistics aims to trump Nutanix with 'superconvergence' play

Martin Veitch's inside track on today’s tech trends

Poll

Is your organization fully GDPR compliant?