Win with DCC, Huawei and Popular Mechanics!

Date:17 July 2015

One lucky reader will win a Huawei E5577 Mobile Wi-Fi router with battery and LCD screen.

The Huawei E5577 Mobile Wi-Fi unit with LCD screen is the perfect travelling companion with excellent features and functions that keep you connected and charged up anywhere, and offers the fastest network connection speeds available.

This nifty little device, distributed by Drive Control Corporation (DCC), can connect up to 10 devices simultaneously and offers up to 6 hours of working time and up to 300 hours of standby. It also provides super-fast download speeds of up to 150 Megabits per second (Mbps) with 4G LTE and 43.2 Mbps with 3G. This is the perfect tool that can allow you to work and play from anywhere at any time. What more can one ask for?

In order to win a Huawei E5577 (Mobile WIFI with LCD screen) from DCC, answer the following easy question: How many devices can the E5577 Mobile WIFI connect too simultaneously?

SMS the word Huawei, followed by the answer, your name and e-mail address to 32697 (R1,50 per SMS; this service does not allow for 8ta numbers), or fill in the online form below. Competition closes 31 August 2015, and the winners will be drawn on 07 September 2015.

Competition rules: 1. Entry is open to anyone except employees (and their immediate families) of RamsayMedia and associated agencies. 2. Only one online entry per person. You may enter via SMS as many times as you like (R1,50 per SMS; this service does not allow for 8ta numbers). 3. Competition runs until 31 August 2015. 4. We will draw the winner(s) by 07 September 2015. 5. The prize is not redeemable for cash. 6. Prizes not claimed within 3 months will be forfeited. 7. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. 8. Regrettably, only South African residents are eligible for prizes. 9. By entering this competition, you agree to receive future correspondence from Popular Mechanics. You can opt out at any stage by: (a) Sending an e-mail containing the relevant details with the subject line “opt out” to; or (b) Sending an SMS including the word “STOP” to 31699. Standard SMS rates apply. 10. For the complete set of competition rules, click here.