Worcester News: Win A Kindle Fire
Worcester News: Worcester News Logo To celebrate the launch of the Worcester News on the Kindle Fire, we are giving away two of these stylish new devices to two of our lucky readers!
The Kindle Fire is Amazon’s answer to the iPad - a full colour 7-inch touchscreen portable tablet that seamlessly connects to the internet via wifi. You can download and read your favourite newspapers and magazines direct from Amazon’s Newsstand, buy e-books, watch the latest HD movies or play games - even when you’re offline!

The Worcester News is one of the first UK newspapers to be made available on the new Kindle Fire.
Subscribers will be able to view a full-colour digital edition of the paper in a bright, crisp format from the day of publication, from wherever they are in the world!

Swipe through pages and zoom in and out of stories with ease while enjoying our colour photography on a high-resolution, quality screen. The pocket-sized Kindle Fire is a tablet of distinction... a perfect choice for readers of the Worcester News.

To download your free sample of the Worcester News on Kindle Fire, visit the Amazon Newsstand store on your device and search for the Worcester News.

For your chance to win a Kindle Fire simply answer the following question.

On what digital device is the Worcester News now available?
A) - Kindle Fire
B) - Kindle Wood
C) - Kindle Sun

By phone: Simply call 09013600816 and leave your answer and details when prompted.

By text: Send your text to 80360 starting with EBOOK leave a space, followed by your answer, name and contact details.

Worcester News: Win A Kindle Fire

Calls cost no more than £1.02 Per Call from a BT Landline. Calls from mobiles and some other networks may cost more. Texts cost£1.00 plus your normal operator text charge. Telephone and text voting lines open 05/11/2012 and close 18/11/2012 at 23:59PM.
For full terms visit www.newsquest.co.uk/terms. Service provided by Newsquest Media Group. Winners will be selected at random. Free entry click here
Worcester News: One of first UK newspapers


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