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Lucky Draw The Register has teamed up with Microsoft to give two readers the chance to get their hands on the Samsung C6625 equipped with Windows Mobile 6.1.

The handset features a 2.6” 262k tft screen, GSM Tri-band, HSDPA 3.6 MBPS connectivity for keeping in touch, a 2.0 megapixel camera with digital zoom, Assisted – GPS, 100MB of on-board memory and Windows Mobile 6.1. It’s also equipped with a complete suite of Microsoft Office Mobile applications.

In short this handset could be winging its way to you for nothing.

Simply enter your name and email address in the form below to be in with a chance of winning*.

You can enter each draw once, and no individual will win more than one prize, but you are free to enter as many competitions as you like. The closing date for this draw is Friday 24 July.

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The Register Samsung C6625 competition is open to all readers of The Register. No purchase is necessary, but winners may need to agree an airtime contract and/or service subscription to use the device for phone calls and email.

The competition is not open to employees of Situation Publishing or Microsoft, their families or agents. Multiple entries for each draw will be disqualified. Only one entry is permitted per household. Only one prize will be offered per winner. No cash alternative will be offered. The prize is subject to availability and if, due to circumstances beyond The Register control, we are unable to provide the stated prize, an alternative prize of equivalent value will be supplied. The Register will not be liable if the prize does not reach the winner for reasons beyond our control, or is the prize is damaged during delivery.

Winners will be notified by email within 28 days of the closing date, and must respond within three working days. Winners who do not respond within this time may be disqualified and another winner drawn. The Register's decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into. Closing date: Midnight GMT, Friday 24th July.

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