Contest Alert: Dear Dad, I want a Samsung Smart TV

Heads up people! Samsung Electronics is giving another ‘Smart’ way to get yourself a Samsung D6600 Smart TV 46-inch or Samsung D5500 Smart TV 40-inch for free. All you’ve got to do is simply write dad a letter about ‘smart’ things you can do together with a Samsung Smart TV!

Here’s how to join in 5 simple steps using the Samsung Dear Dad Application:

1. Like the Samsung TV Ph Fan page and register for the Dear Dad Contest. Put in your home address, mobile number, birth date and gender.

2. Select or create your own letter that you want to send your Dad.

3. Type in your Dad’s name and write a personal message about how you can bond with him through a SMART TV.

You can tell your dad anything that interest’s him. Like if he’s into watching movies or concerts, you can tell him that you both can enjoy watching movies or concerts all in High Definition format or in 3D with Samsung Smart TV. Or tell him that you guys can both enjoy your favorite social network sites with Samsung Smart TV‘s SocialTV feature.

4. Type in your Dad’s email address and click send.
5. Post it your wall, share to your friends and get a chance to win a SAMSUNG SMART TV for you and your Dad!

See? It’s that easy! I also joined the contest and I told my dad about things that we can do together with Samsung Smart TV. I told him that we can now possibly watch concerts in HD formats as he’s really into watching concerts ever since. I remember an instance when my dad brought me into a certain concert and we almost missed it because I lost my ticket. We then ended up buying another one for myself. You can view my entry here and might as well like it!

With Samsung Smart TV, we can now watch movies, concerts, news, browse for Samsung apps while updating social media accounts, thanks to Samsung Smart TV’s imaginative technology.


What are you waiting for? Join now and grab the chance to own a Samsung Smart TV for you and Dad!

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