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Monday, December 27, 2010

Christmas Cash Gifts Burning A Hole in Your Pocket?Smart Phone Rationalization



Smart Phone Rationalization
Hey is all that money you got for gifts burning a hole in your pocket?  If so for those of you who have difficulty justifying the purchase of a smart phone I have a few suggestions.

A GPS with a 4.3” screen is generally at least $100.00 and you usually have to buy updates. Many smart phones have a GPS app built in and you do NOT have to purchase updates.

A tiny 8 megapixel digital camera will cost you at least $75.00. Many smart phones have an 8 megapixel camera today.

An iPod or other digital music player can cost over $200.00. Most smart phones can download and play your music and allow you to download movies too.

You can get an app for reading bar codes on your smart phone and then compare that barcode with online prices and save a bundle on many purchases.

You can check the market and the ball game scores where ever you may be.

I don’t sell smart phones but they do bring new meaning to want vs. need.

Bottom line is if you want one bad enough, you can find some need you need to meet.

Have fun picking it out.

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