The BlackBerry KEY2 is an awesome phone, and when you combine it with some of the best home automation products out there, you have the start of something wonderful. So that's what we're doing! Enter this giveaway and you can be the winner of not only a sliver BlackBerry KEY2, but also the newly announced Google Home Hub, a Google Home Mini speaker, a Philips Hue bulb starter kit, and a TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi Plug. Keep reading for more details and to get yourself entered to win!
THE PRIZE One winner will receive a BlackBerry KEY2 in silver, Google Home Hub, a Google Home Mini speaker, a Philips Hue bulb starter kit, and a TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi Plug.
THE RULES Use the widget below to enter. There are several different options, and if you complete them all you'll have the maximum chance at winning! Come back daily for more entries! Please note, we DO verify the winning entries, so if you say you completed something, but you didn't actually do it, you'll be disqualified and a new winner will be chosen.
This one's open internationally, so everyone can enter. The prize does not include service, and we cannot guarantee that the phone will work on your carrier. In the event the winner does not reside in the US, please be aware that the prize may be subject to customs fees and taxes, which are the responsibility of the winner. The contest ends on October 30, 2018. We'll announce the winners in the widget below shortly after the closing date.
That's it! Good luck, everyone!
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