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How to get a free iPhone SE

Christopher Reyes
Apr 19th, 2016 8:00:05 am
by Christopher Reyes
Tech Expert


I really wanted the new SE but $600 was too much to pay, so to get it for free is incredible

Is this biggest change in an iPhone ever?

Apple recently launched a brand new iPhone and it might be the biggest change they've ever made. As smartphones are getting bigger and bigger Apple have returned to the size and design of the beloved iPhone 5. The new iPhone SE, the SE stands for special edition, is the most powerful 4 inch phone ever made. This iPhone costs $600 but you can get the iPhone SE for free.

Review site Product Testing USA are giving away free iPhone SE's for their members to review and keep.

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Phil Madsen was given a free iPhone SE after he joined Product Testing USA last month.

"I can't believe I got a free iPhone." Phil told US Online Today. "I really wanted the new SE but $600 was too much to pay, so to get it for free is incredible. It's an awesome cell phone and I love the new retro design."

Review and keep the iPhone SE for free

Product Testing USA give away free products for their members to review and keep. New reviewers are selected every week. It's free to join and once you complete a short offers survey you could be selected to be a product tester. You'll then be sent a brand new iPhone SE, worth $600, to review and keep.

Last month Product Testing USA also gave Hilary Philips a free iPhone SE.

"I was surprised by how simple it was." Hilary told US Online Today. "I joined because it was free, so what was there to lose? I was so excited when I was selected. Saving $600 is amazing and I got this brilliant iPhone, all my friends are jealous."

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

How to join Product Testing USA

Step 1
Click here for Product Testing USA

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