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Topic # 23949 11-Jul-2008 16:40
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Just received the following Vodafone survey, however it just keeps emptying the information I entered into it, after pressing the next button, and doesn't proceed past the first page. Anyone else having the same problem. I did email them but they will no doubtnot reply until next week.

 

This is a an invitation to a very quick survey about some new ideas from Vodafone!

This survey should take less than 8 minutes to complete. For taking part in this survey we have a whole bunch of prizes up for grabs!

If you qualify and complete the survey by Thursday, July 17th, you will be entered into a prize draw to win one of the following prizes:

 $100 Vodafone Airtime x 4
 $75 Vodafone Airtime x 4
 $50 Vodafone Airtime x 4
 Vodafone HG 520s broadband ADSL2+ wireless modem


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Reply # 146989 11-Jul-2008 22:25
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You may want to look a little closer.

I got two invitations, to two different surveys. Each survey has been made up of 5 pages, page 1 is an intro. Page 2,3 and four are ALL the same, except... what you get in each deal is slightly different.

Eg, $270 worth of three months free broadband, $250 voucher and something else I cannot remember.
Eg, laptop, xbox360 and mysky box.

With page 5 being the end of the survey.

In the two boxes asking for your feedback, if you have any, you cannot leave it blank so if you have nothing to say, say you have nothing to say Tongue out



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  Reply # 146991 11-Jul-2008 22:30
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rscole86: You may want to look a little closer.

I got two invitations, to two different surveys. Each survey has been made up of 5 pages, page 1 is an intro. Page 2,3 and four are ALL the same, except... what you get in each deal is slightly different.

Eg, $270 worth of three months free broadband, $250 voucher and something else I cannot remember.
Eg, laptop, xbox360 and mysky box.

With page 5 being the end of the survey.

In the two boxes asking for your feedback, if you have any, you cannot leave it blank so if you have nothing to say, say you have nothing to say Tongue out

 

Thanks, I actaully triedit again a couple of hours later, and it did end up working. I think it was a glitch in the system when I first tried it which they must have fixed.


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