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Win an Amazon Fire Tablet from Aristotle

Aristotle Holiday Giveaway

In 2021, we expanded our high-speed network to serve nine, new Arkansas counties. To celebrate this holiday season, we are giving away a free, Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet to one lucky Aristotle Broadband customer... in EACH of our new, partner counties AND to one customer in Central Arkansas. That’s ten Amazon Fire Tablets! And it’s easy to win — Just watch for us to contact you!

Aristotle Unified Communications is part of the Arkansas Rural Connect grant program, helping bring high-speed Internet to unserved and underserved communities.


  1. No entry required.
  2. Any current Aristotle Unified Communications (AUC) customer with a valid email address in the Customer Portal at time of selection is eligible to win.
  3. Customers in all counties AUC now serves are eligible to win.
  4. One (1) lucky customer will be randomly selected from each of our nine (9) county partners plus customers from neighboring counties:
    • Arkansas County
    • Desha County
    • Drew County (will include Chicot Co customers)
    • Lee County (will include Phillips Co customers)
    • Lonoke County 
    • Monroe County
    • Prairie County
    • Saline County (will include Hot Spring Co customers)
    • St. Francis County
  5. One (1) lucky customer will be randomly selected from our customers in Central Arkansas (includes Faulkner County and Pulaski County).
  6. Winners will be selected and announced between December 6 – 22, 2021.
  7. Each winner will receive one (1) Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet (1080p Full HD, 32 GB, 2021 release, Black).
  8. By accepting a prize, you give AUC permission to announce that you are an AUC Holiday Giveaway Winner.
  9. Prizes will be shipped to the winners via standard mail the week of December 27, 2021.

COVID-19 brought many changes to our world, and one thing it brought into stark clarity is that broadband is not a luxury. The need for broadband in rural communities, unserved communities, underserved communities, and even in broadband deserts within cities and larger municipalities is a real problem for students, for medical professionals, for people who need to work from home. It creates economic development issues; it causes a disparity between those who live in larger areas and those who live in smaller towns, and this is a problem that we can help solve.

Thank you for trusting Aristotle with your business and Happy Holidays!

— Elizabeth Bowles, Aristotle CEO

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