Win a new iPad in the 2012 IDG Mobile Survey

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IDG, the parent company of PC World, is running its 2012 Mobile Survey, quizzing you on your mobile device usage. If you can help us out with a few questions, you'll go into the running to win a new Apple iPad.

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The survey asks about what phone you own, whether you use it for business or pleasure, what kind of apps you've got installed... and there are no wrong answers.

The survey is run by IDG Global Solutions, part of the parent company of PC World.

Once you complete the survey, leave your contact details, and we'll put you in the draw to win one of three new Apple iPads.

We'll keep all your information in the strictest confidence — if you would like to know more, read the survey's privacy policy.

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