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Fly Off with a Drone When You Refer RingCentral

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drone referrals Who doesn’t love prizes and cash? We are happy to announce that we are holding a referral reward contest! You can win some awesome prizes and gift cards by submitting referrals. You will also automatically be entered into our raffle to win your own aerial drone. Continue reading to learn the details of RingCentral’s exciting contest and sweepstakes!

Here’s how it works: Send referrals to RingCentral. For each referral you submit you will be automatically be entered into our sweepstakes. Plus, if they sign on with us, you will receive a gift card once they remain a customer for 90 days.

You also have a chance to win big. You will be eligible to win 1 Grand Prize, or 1 of 3 Secondary Prizes. Check out more information on the prize highlights below:

DJI Inspire 1 small Grand Prize: DJI Inspire 1 Drone (valued at $2899). Elevate your aerial film-making into first-class! One grand prize winner will walk away with the most advanced drone on the horizon today.

phantom-2-vision small Secondary Prizes: DJI Phantom 2 Visions Drone (valued at $849). Three second-place winners will receive the hottest flying camera on the block, it’s perfect for your next reconnaissance mission!

 

Start referring people now using this form to enter. Once you send in referrals and they sign up for RingCentral, you’ll receive an Amazon gift card with the amount based on the account type your referral signs up for. Here are the amounts by account type:

You can also earn a gift card by sharing your personal referral link with your own social networks (Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn), via E-mail, or your blog!

There is no limit on the number of customers you can refer or gift cards you can earn. The contest ends March 31, 2015, so make sure to enter to win some great prizes!

For more information see our official promotion rules.

Originally published Jan 20, 2015, updated Aug 12, 2020

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