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Speedy launches online competition in Argentina

Thursday 27 February 2014 | 22:33 CET | News
Telefonica Argentina has started airing the last two commercials of its summer advertising campaign for its Speedy service, as well as an online contest. The competition invites entries for groups of friends to upload a funny video under the slogan 'What would you do to be able to travel to Brazil?'. The prize is ARS 50,000 and if the winners are Speedy customers, they can win an additional ARS 25,000. Participants can apply until 31 March and the videos must not surpass 10 MB and last no longer than 2 minutes.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telefonica Argentina
Countries: Argentina
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