Take the Talk Mobile You survey for a chance to win a $100 Best Buy Gift Card!

Take the Talk Mobile You survey for a chance to win a 00 Best Buy Gift Card!
By Derek Kessler on 15 Oct 2013 01:43 pm EDT

With Mobile You, the final week of Talk Mobile 2013 done, it's time for another survey, because we just love quantifiable data here. These surveys have helped us learn more about you and how you use your devices, as well as giving us the data to build awesome infographics for gaming and keyboards. Bringing together everything we from across all of Talk Mobile, Mobile You week was just full of awesome - from how to pick your device, what's best for you, what they can do for you, and how we truly make these devices our own.

So here is the Mobile You week survey - it's only a few dozen questions so it shouldn't take too long. Plus they're all multiple choice questions, and being a survey there's no "right" answer (so we better not catch you cheating off your neighbor). And because we love you, completing the survey will enter you for a chance to win a $100 Best Buy gift card. Bribery, incentive, cash-for-data, call it what you want, it's potentially gadget money you didn't have before, so that's cool, right?

Click here to take the Talk Mobile - Mobile You Survey!


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Take the Talk Mobile You survey for a chance to win a $100 Best Buy Gift Card!


8. Do you want cellular connectivity in your tablet?

No, I don't need that as I'm fine with using Bridge/ tether from my Smartphone when I want to use a cellular connection with my tablet.

How could you forget such an answer?

Haha ... love the question on purchasing friends and followers. I assume some of you folks are buying your friends. :)

Why are you (CrackBerry) supporting a company (BestBuy) that has treated our beloved BlackBerry so poorly. Surely there must be a better company to support by issuing their gift cards. Disappointing to say least.

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Out of curiosity, when you are asking the question "what is your gender?" are you actually interested in gender or do you really mean sex? Gender is defined as "the characteristics that a society or culture delineates as masculine or feminine" and sex is defined as "biological differences; chromosomes, hormonal profiles, internal and external sex organs". If it's the latter, then the more appropriate question should be "What is your sex?" :) Then again, don't mind me, it's a psychology thing whereby we draw a distinction between gender and sex.