If you're in Northern New Jersey, be sure to stop into the T-Mobile store in Paramus for a casual tweet-up on Monday, July 9th from 11 a.m. EDT to 1 p.m. EDT. I'm co-hosting the event with Jen from Next Kid Thing. We'll have food, be giving away some AWESOME prizes to select winners, send you home with a fun summer goody bag, and chat about some of T-Mobile's family offerings for summer fun and safety. We hope you can join us! Please RSVP in order to qualify for the prizes, and head over to Eventbrite for more details on the #TMobileSummer #NJ event.
As for the awesome prizes to be given to selected winners at the event, how'd you like to walk away with one of these?
- HTC One S ($599 per device)
- T-Mobile SpringBoard Tablet ($429 per device)
- Samsung Galaxy Blaze ($399 per device)
- Four themed gift baskets:
- Family Game Night (valued at $80)
- Dinner and a Movie (valued at $100)
- Picnic in the Park (valued at $150)
- Summer Cool Down (valued at $210)
Hope to meet you there! RSVP for the in-person meet-up at the T-Mobile location in Paramus here.
If you're not near North Jersey, or just can't attend, you can enter to win a T-Mobile Springboard Tablet right here below!
GIVEAWAY: The giveaway runs now through 11:59 p.m. EDT Thursday, July 12, 2012. The requirements to enter the giveaway are the following:
• Follow @TMobile on Twitter.
• Like the T-Mobile Facebook page.
• Leave a comment below answering the following question: How do you use wireless devices to keep your
kid(s) safe during the summer months?
One winning comment will be chosen using Random.org. Good luck!
T-Mobile Safe Summers
T-Mobile is setting out to keep your kids safe and families connected this summer with a host of great services (and great devices!) like FamilyWhere, which can track your kids' movement through the GPS on their phone. You can set up alerts at certain times to ensure your child is at a certain location by a certain time. The FamilyWhere service is free, but you can upgrade service for $9.99 per month so you can track all the phones on your account.
There's also WebGuard, another free add-on that restricts certain websites from being viewed by your child. The settings can be set for Child, Teen and Young Adult, opening up more content as your child grows in age - and social media experience.