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How to get a free Motorola Moto G

author tom banks2
Feb 10th, 2016 10:43:23 am
by Thomas Banks
Technology Expert


I was delighted I got it for free. It's a great phone and it was brilliant to get it for free.

The in demand Android phone

It may seem that the iPhone is the only phone worth buying but that isn't true. Android phones, like the Samsung Galaxy or the Sony Xperia are incredibly popular, but one of the Android phones in most demand is the Motorola Moto G. The third generation of the Moto G looks to be the best one and to make things even better you can now get the Moto G for free.

Review site Product Testing is giving away the Motorola Moto G for free for their members to review and keep.

Luke Harrison was given a free Motorola Moto G when he joined Product Testing last month.

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"I was delighted I got it for free." Luke told UK Evening News. "It's a great phone and it was brilliant to get it for free. All I had to do was a review of the phone and that was actually quite fun as well. This is a great idea for a website."

Review and keep products for free

Product Testing has been giving away free products since 2012 and a new product is giving out everyday. It's free to join and once you complete a short offers survey you could be selected as a product tester. Then you'll be sent a brand new Motorola Moto G for free. All you have to do is a review of and then it's yours to keep.

Mary Liddle was also given a free Motorola Moto G by Product Testing

"I was surprised by how simple it was." Mary told UK Evening News. "I only joined because it was free but I'm so glad that I did. Getting anything for free is great but to get a super phone like the Moto G is fantastic."

For your chance to get a free Motorola Moto G join Product Testing today. If you're selected you'll be given a brand new Moto G to review and keep.

How to join Product Testing

Step 1
Click here for Product Testing

Step 2
Sign up for free and complete the short offers survey