Kill Your Old Router and Enter for a Chance to Win Hate that old wireless router that keeps dropping your connection? TP-LINK invites you to film the most creative way to destroy it
CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif., July 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- TP-LINK, a global provider of networking products, today announced a new contest for those fed up with inconsistent wireless Internet connections. For all those times you wished you could throw your router off a high building, blow it up or take a sledgehammer to it...now's your chance. The three most creative videos of killing your old router will win great prizes from TP-LINK.
In this day and age where a stable, fast wireless connection is the key to most Internet activities at home, in cafes or at work, nothing can be more frustrating than errors leading to spotty or dropped wireless connections. Add to that the unpleasant experience of inconsistent technical support and the anger can reach a boiling point.
TP-LINK wants to provide you with an outlet for that pent up aggression. "Kill Your Old Router" aims to kill two birds with one stone: providing a safe outlet to release your frustration and introduce you to a more reliable wireless router such as the 300 Mbps Ultimate Wireless N Gigabit Router from TP-LINK.
To enter the "Kill Your Old Router" contest, simply do the following:
- Film a short video clip (no more than 30 seconds) of a creative way that you use to destroy your old router. (Remember to dispose of it safely!)
- If you haven't already, "Like" the TP-LINK Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/tplink
- After "Liking" the TP-LINK Facebook page, you'll find the "Kill Your Old Router" contest page with instructions on how to upload
That's it! If your video is creative enough, it just might be selected as one of the winners. The Grand Prize is a new Nintendo Wii along with a TP-LINK 300 Mbps Ultimate Wireless N Gigabit Router. The runner up will receive an Ultimate Wireless N Gigabit Router (300 Mbps) from TP-LINK. Third place will receive a Wireless N USB Adapter.
Submissions will be accepted until midnight August 21, 2011 Pacific Time.
TP-LINK is a global provider of networking products, available in over 100 countries with tens of millions of customers. With the number one market share in China, TP-LINK is committed to innovative R&D, effective production and strict quality management. TP-LINK provides wireless routers & adapters, wireless access points, 3G routers, ADSL modem routers, Powerline products, IP cameras, print servers, SOHO/SMB routers and SOHO/SMB switches. Visit us at http://www.tp-link.com/en/.