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Win an Amazon Kindle with PC Advisor

Complete our broadband survey and win

PC Advisor is giving away an Amazon Kindle as well as £600-worth of other gadgets and PC accessories. The catch is simply that we’d like you to take part in our annual home broadband survey and give us an insight into what it’s like to be a customer of your ISP.

The PC Advisor Home Broadband Survey is the biggest research project we undertake each year. It involves answering 17 multiple choice questions and providing your email address so we can let you know if you’ve won a prize in return for your time.

Broadband deals come in many guises – and price isn’t necessarily the best indicator of a deal worth having. Since most broadband contracts run for a year or more and often lure you in with a bundled deal that also sees you taking out a landline phone service with the same company, signing up involves a lengthy commitment on the part of the customer.

PC Advisor aims to help readers to make informed choices about the services for which they sign up: which is where we need your help. Impartial feedback from actual customers counts for a lot.  

In order to be able to share up-to-date feedback on how individual service providers are performing, we need the inside scoop from you. Once we have enough data on enough internet service providers, we’ll be able to share the results with our readers here and in print via our annual Broadband Awards and editorial coverage.

To be in with a chance of winning an Amazon Kindle, a 500GB hard drive, £100 of vouchers to spend online, some great photo-editing software or a year’s worth of PC security protection, take the quick PC Advisor Broadband Survey now.


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