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Free Stuff: AT&T Gets iPhone, You Get a Plantronics Backbeat Go Bluetooth Headset for Free


The Hatch and our partners at AT&T are giving away a set of Plantronics BackBeat GO wireless earbuds to a Hatch reader for free.

Nothing. Nada. Zip.

Just like we did last Christmas (when AT&T and the Hatch gave away a new Samsung Tablet, all you have to do is send us an email  to EscapehatchLove@escapehatchdallas.com, or leave a comment below that you’d like to be entered in the drawing. The deadline to enter (by email or comment) is Friday, September 21– the same day the iPhone 5 is released. We’ll notify the winner by email.

Of course, AT&T would tell you to buy an iPhone from them because they offer the nation’s largest 4G network, which covers 3,000 more 4G cities and towns than Verizon’s 4G network, and the new iPhone will take advantage of AT&T’s superfast LTE network. The Hatch offices will upgrade because, well, because we like new tech stuff and we like that AT&T gives us free stuff to give to you.

Certainly doesn’t hurt that we’re due for a free upgrade, either, which we learned from a text message after calling *639# (free call). (You can preorder your iPhone beginning Friday at www.att.com/iPhone.)

Anyway, send us an email or leave a comment if you want to win.

–About the Plantronics Backbeat Go: incredibly small, amazingly light. No wires, no hassle, no compromise. Easily slips into your pocket, but still packs full‐on stereo sound. So you can listen to music, chat with friends, or watch movies on your tablet. Even play games on the go. And Bluetooth technology makes it a snap to connect wirelessly. Comfort? No problem. There are three sizes of cushioned eartips and two stabilizers for a secure, comfortable fit. Incoming call? Inline controls let you pause music to take a call, change volume, or skip tracks. Great sound in a small package. BackBeat GO. Get Going.

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