Getting a free iPhone 4? Sounds a pretty sweet deal. So what we'll do is walk you through the instructions for getting that iPhone in your hand. It's done through a website called Xpango - basically, in a nutshell, you join their program for free, you look their list of free trials and offers, find some that appeal to you, and are given credits for each of them. Once you've built up enough credits they send you the iPhone.
So there's nothing too complicated - it's just a simple 3 section guide. Ready for it? Here's the guide...
Step One: Filling in Your Details
After you hit the link (at the bottom of this page) you have to fill in your name and your email. You also need to select which tech goodie you want. The selection of goodies is pretty big and you'll have to scroll quite a distance down to get at the iPhone - but believe me it's on there. (I think it is easier to use the keyboard's Down arrow in order to scroll down to it) After you click 'Get Started' you'll be taken to another page where you'll fill in your delivery address for them to send the iPhone.
Note: it's important you write in your real email address, name and delivery address or the iPhone will not be sent to you!
Step Two: Searching For Free Offers
Now you have to search through Xpango's Offers Directory to build up Credits.
Some people feel that this section is actually tricky, but is actually really quite simple. To take part in an offer simply visit the Directory, then choose offers you're interested in. You will be given instructions detailing how to complete the offer.So, you just complete the Offer... which gives you the Credit... and once you have enough Credits for the iPhone (or whichever gadget on their site you'd like to have) they send it to you.
Step Three: Receive Your Free iPhone
Your Free iPhone will be delivered to you once you've collected the required number of Credits. Once you've gained your Credits there will be a short processing period to verify your order (typically 7-14 days) and your gift will then be sent to you via recorded/tracked shipping.
It's really that straight-forward.