Click your prefered iPod from the selection below, including a Free 8GB iPod Touch or a Free iPod Nano 8GB or 16GB:

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1. Sign up and complete an offer

Click your desired iPod above, enter your email address on the next page (don't worry, your details are 100% safe) and complete one of the offers. Many offers are free (such as the Lovefilm one) but some do require a small deposit (still not bad for a free iPod Touch)! Once you've chosen your iPod you can still amend it later should you change your mind.

2. Get a few of your friends to sign up

Next you need to get some of your friends or family members to sign up. The exact number your require depends on which Free iPod you want. That's all there is too it, your have now completed all you need to do to get your free Sony PlayStation!

3. Receive your free gift

The easiest and best part. Your iPod will be delivered to your door, at no cost, once you've completed steps one and two. One you've got it, why not keep going and get more free PS3's!

If you want to know more about how this all works then check out our FAQ section accessable from the top menu. If you are struggling to get enough family members or friends to sign up we've also got some great tips for you so you can get your free gadget as soon as possible.

The iPod Touch

The iPod Touch from Apple was first launched on 5 September 2007 and is now in its third generation. The portable media player, designed to be used with Apple's iTunes software, also functions as a personal digital assistant and a Wi-Fi enabled mobile platform. The Touch is available in 8Gb, 32GB or 64GB versions, all using flash based memory with web browsing using Apple's Safari web browsing software.


The iPod Touch includes features such as a speaker with external volume controls, built in Nike+ fitness functionality and Bluetooth support. A chrome surround was also added to the second generation. The most notable feature of is the touch-screen interface with just one physical button. Navigation of the functions is conducted using the screen, very much like you would on a laptop touchpad. The home screen shows icons for all of the installed applications.

iPhone and iPod Touch

The iPhone and the iPod Touch share the same basic hardware and software, hence their very similar appearance. The iPod is slightly slimmer than the iPhone due to the absence of GSM network technology.


Whether you choose a Free 8GB iPod Touch, a 32GB or a 64GB version, they all make a great music players and a fantastic gadget. In addition to listening to your entire music collection, you can sure the internet, check emails and play games. Make sure you sign up for your free iPod Touch today.

The iPod Nano

The iPod Nano is a portable media (or MP3) player designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The first generation of the Nano was introduced at the end of 2005 as a replacement for the iPod mini. All Nano's use flash memory with the current generarion featuring a 2.2 inch diagonal QVGA display. They also fuse the now-traditionaland 'click wheel' as found on the iPod Classic. The iPod Nano has gone through five generations to date.

Fifth Generation iPod Nano

Launched on 9 September 2009 event, the fifth generation iPod Nano was unveiled with reduced prices (on the larger model), a new glossy casing, 2.2" diagonal screen (up from 2.0" on the third and fourth generation models), an integrated video camera with special effects, microphone and an FM Radio with iTunes tagging (via RDS).

The Nano also includes Live Pause, a built-in pedometer, Nike+iPod Support and speaker (features more anticipated with the iPod Touch).[31][32]

The Free iPod Nano comes in nine colours: Silver, Black, Purple, Blue, Yellow, Orange, Product Red, Green and Pink. The product Red and Yellow Nano's are only available from the Apple Online Store and Apple Retail Stores.

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