Google to Give Away A Free Nexus S Phone Every Day on Twitter

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I am sure this will blow your mind, especially who are addicted towards Twitter service. Google has hosted a Twitter Puzzle Challenge and winner will be awarded with one Nexus S phone every day for next 7 more days. Started on last Friday, Google’s Twitter Puzzle Challenge is a way to test your intelligence. And if you find a champion inside you, then this is something you should never miss.

Google Nexus Twitter account (@googlenexus) announced this contest last Friday but for few country specific users. Google has marked few countries for this contest and only respective residents are allowed for participation. Those countries are:

Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Indonesia, Netherlands, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Spain, S.Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, UK, and the US.

So if you’re a resident of any of these 23 countries, you could win a brand spanking new Nexus S phone – if you’re a puzzle genius, that is.

So, How will it work? Simple – Each day at pre-specific time, the @googlenexus will tweet a puzzle and it’s up to you to figure it out. You should instant start working on such puzzle to solve and retweet with your answer back to @googlenexus. Whoever will send back the right answer first will become the proud owner of new Google Nexus S phone. Oh! One more important point: don’t forget to follow Google Nexus Twitter Account @googlenexus otherwise your answer will not be considered.

Though, it’s already three days over for this contest but you still have your luck for remaining seven Nexus S phone.

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