SPB TV mobile viewing survey offers decent prizes

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SPB TV has become a free fixture on many of our Symbian and Windows Phone devices, allowing us to watch a selection of free channels from across the world. The developers do have one request though - some information about your preferred mobile viewing habits. As an enticement to filling out a short survey along these lines, there are some nice prizes, detailed below.

The survey takes about 5 minutes to complete - I just tried it, as shown above.

From SPB TV:

Watching TV on mobile devices has already become a common trend. People enjoy the ability to take their favorite TV channels with them, in order to lighten a long waiting with amusing shows, stay updated with recent news and never to miss the expected match.
But are users satisfied with the mobile TV service they receive? How do their expectations from usability and the content vary depending on the device type, operating system and the environment? And what TV service is worth paying, in users' judgment?  

SPB TV, the leading provider of technology solutions for mobile and IP TV, decided to discover a relevant consumer opinion by directly asking mobile users. To make the participation in the survey more convenient for the mobile users from different countries, SPB TV team has prepared several language versions of the questionnaire. Please, follow the link below to pick the suitable language version and find more detailed information about the SPB TV Survey.


Several lucky, randomly selected, survey participants will be rewarded with valuable 'thank you' gifts.  The 1st selected participant will get a smartphone or a tablet of his choice (within the limit of 1000 USD) from such major internet retailers as Amazon or eXpansys. The 2nd and the 3rd winner will receive 250 USD and 100 USD Amazon gift certificates, respectively.
The survey remains open until May, 15th 2012 8:00 PM GMT, with results to be disclosed by June, 5th 2012. All winners will be contacted with details on how to claim their prizes before June, 5th 2012

The various different language versions of the survey can be accessed directly here: