Win an iPad 4 Mini and a Brand New SignalTEK NT with IDEAL Networks

24/06/2016

Win an iPad 4 Mini and a Brand New SignalTEK NT with IDEAL Networks

To help celebrate 100 years of IDEAL Industries this year, we're giving you the chance to win a SignalTEK NT and an Apple iPad Mini 4!

Simply send us a direct message via our Facebook page with a picture of you using your IDEAL Networks blue tester (VDV II, SignalTEK II or newer, NaviTEK II or newer, LanTEK III, LanXPLORER, UniPro MGig1 or SEL1 or the UniProGbis) and a caption of what you like best about using said tester/certifier for your chance to win big! Qualifying images will be shared on our Facebook album and entered into the final draw and the winner will be chosen on the 8th of August.

But don't delay, entries must be submitted before the 25th of July to be considered! 

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