[Nelug] Fwd: Subscribe or upgrade Mandriva Club membership and get a free Fonera router!

Martin Ward martin at gkc.org.uk
Tue Feb 20 16:42:32 UTC 2007

Another way to get a "free" wifi router:

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Subject: Subscribe or upgrade Mandriva Club membership and get a free Fonera 
Date: Tuesday 20 Feb 2007 12:08
From: Mandriva Team <return at mandriva.com>
To: martin at gkc.org.uk

FON is the largest WiFi community in the world. Foneros (members of
the FON Community) share their wireless Internet access at home and,
in return, enjoy free WiFi wherever they find another Fonero's access
point. All you need is a Fonera, a customized router which enables you
to securely and fairly share your home broadband connection with other

Mandriva and FON offer you a free Fonera router if you subscribe to
the Mandriva Club. This offer is also valid for subscription renewals
and upgrades. But be quick - this special offer is limited to 1,000

Members particularly appreciate having access to download commercial
versions of new Mandriva Linux releases and special Club releases like
the Metisse live CD). They also enjoy access to a range of
complementary products and special offers, 24 forums, exclusive
package repositories with commercial packages, and the Club knowledge
base, in addition to many more exciting benefits.

For information about all the advantages of Club membership:

If you are already member of the Club, this is an opportunity for you
to renew your membership and receive a free Fonera router:

If you are not a member of the Club, visit:

To find out more about FON:

To benefit from this special offer please enter the following
promotion code while subscribing: "PCS-FON0107".

The Mandriva Team


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http://store.mandriva.com                       http://club.mandriva.com

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