Be one of 30 to Test Drive then Keep (yes, Keep) a Nokia N9 if you’re Swedish enough!

| July 14, 2011 | 26 Replies

This morning, @SimonLR was tweeting something about N9 and Sweden…

Any of my Nokia-related followers, speak Swedish and want an N9?

He also twitpic’d what is supposed to be the Nokia N9 Sweden team. Wow.

Ok, to explain the connection, Vaibhav from TheHandheldBog notes that Nokia Sweden (you’ll see their pic on that page) are calling forth people to test the Nokia N9. Picking begins after August 21st, and test driving in September up to October. You should blog/tweet about your use (and I know you guys would love to).

What’s even more amazing, after test driving, you get to KEEEEEEP the Nokia N9. Wow. That’s right. You don’t give it back. It’s YOUR baby. You also might get to go to London, but obviously, you care about getting the N9 more.

One thing to note, unfortunately, if you’re not Swedish/in Sweden you don’t get to take part.

Here’s the full instructions. There’s something there about having to get your facebook friends to support you.

Become a test pilot for Nokia N9

How to apply

Take the opportunity to become one of 30 selected test pilots of new Nokia N9. The selection is based on an assessment of how well you fit just as a test pilot. The 30 best-motivation and the best recommendations from friends will be selected. August 21, 2011 is last day to apply. In order to apply pair your Facebook account with this site and then invites your own friends to tell about why you are suitable as a test pilot for Nokia N9.


To have a chance of being selected, you must first write a good justification. But you also need to fight for your friends to advise you on this site. You do this by dividing your application on Facebook and show them to your application in which they comment on it and recommend you! It is important to you as a participant encourage your friends to comment and keep the dialogue alive on your application, it increases the chances of admittance.

The jury consists of representatives from Nokia Sweden who will review all applications and select the 30 that are considered best suited as test pilots. The decision, based both on the participant’s own motivation and participant support from friends, is final and can not be appealed. Nokia is able to remove the contribution that can be perceived offensive. To participate, you must be over 18 years. Nokia reserves the right to use entries in their marketing.

Being a test pilot

The 30 selected test pilots undertake at a later stage to conduct the test data with the Nokia N9 such as (but not limited to) to blog about Nokia N9, Twitter and use it during September and October 2011. Each selected test pilot also agree that the above event appears in Nokia’s own channels, such as (but not limited to) and / or one or more third-party media. The pilot retains its Nokia N9 after the test period. The phone can not be exchanged for money.

New cooperation and competition description struck between Nokia and Sweden each selected test pilot. The test pilot at the end of the period deemed to have made its best efforts to showcase and disseminate knowledge on Nokia N9 rewarded with a weekend trip for two to London.

Any profits tax paid by the participant. The adopted notified by e-mail. Nokia employees and their relatives may not participate


If you’re not Swedish enough, you can try and earn yourself a N9. There are 8 left out of the initial 20 to win. Lots of great hints there, with folks working together to work out the codes.



via: TheHandheldBog and @SimonLR


Category: Competition, MeeGo, Nokia, Nseries

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