Android KitKat 4.4 Promotions: 1000 Free Nexus 7 Tablets, 20,000 KitKat Bars To Be Won!

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kitkat-androidIn a promotional deal highlighting the upcoming Android 4.4 OS release, Google and Nestle has teamed up to offer up to 1,000 Nexus 7 tablets for free. Besides that, 20,000 mini KitKat bags and $5 Google Store credit for up to 150,000 customers are to be won . Sound exciting? Read on.

To enter into the contest, all you need to do is just purchase a KitKat bar from your nearest Hershey’s or local grocery store and enter the 12 digit code here. These new chocolate bars have Android mascot on the cover and if the code on the back of it should look like this (see image below).

Just in case you were wondering, there’s no registration required and the Google Nexus 7 contest is free of any kind of payments. More details after the jump.

Google has always named major releases of its ubiquitously popular Android OS after sweets and candies – the most recent being JellyBean. Hence, it is of little surprise that it chose to name its Android 4.4 release after a chocolate brand.

Take A Break. Win A Nexus 7 2013 Tablet

Take A Break. Win A Nexus 7 2013 Tablet

It is worth noting that both Nestle and Google have made this deal without exchanging any money. Clearly, this venture could mean bilateral benefits as it could not only add thrust to KitKat sales courtesy of customers interested in a chance to win Nexus 7 tablet and other goodies but also help Google introduce Android (even if verbally)  to more common masses – via chocolate wafers that probably might reach households where Android devices have failed to.

Update: Did we mention that the contest is open to legal residents of the 50 United States, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico – of course you must be 18 years or older to participate.

Click here to serve your inquisitive mind with the rules of promotion. Meanwhile, we’ll have a break and might as well, have a KitKat :)

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